It's not a white Stealth Bomber, and it's not a wing of the High Museum plopped in a horse pasture — it's a Sandy Springs contemporary home that comes with a ton of land. Built in 1979 on a bucolic four acres, this unique abode should look familiar to commuters who use Peachtree Dunwoody Road. Priced at $1.09 million, it includes five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms and enough acrylic block windows to build a faux ice hotel. Elsewhere, the home is stark but somehow inviting, loaded with interesting angles and creative spatial arrangements. The use of natural and reclaimed wood adds a soothing contrast to the home's arctic palate. It's clear that someone has an eye for intriguing design, but the next occupant might want to keep a cleaning company on speed dial.
· 4934 Peachtree Dunwoody Road [Redfin]