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Deceptively New, $1.3M Midtown Home Pretty Much Wows

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At first blush, this sizable showplace in the heart of Midtown's residential district appears to have been built at the turn of the century — the 20th century. Nope. It's about five years old, but for $1.29 million, a buyer gets the characteristics of a much older home, and walkability to Piedmont Park. Let's tour, shall we: There's five bedrooms, a hugely open floor plan, coffered ceilings galore, detailed molding, shiny hardwoods, a wine cellar, an inviting and leafy terrace — and an additional guest apartment above the two-car garage. (Not pictured: the gym). If there's any criticism it's an overabundance of white cabinetry, but it does lend the place a fresh, clean sensibility. · 387 9th St. NE [Estately]