The listing agent touts this six-bedroom contemporary beefcake near the Oakhurst Village as a "dream forever home" that specializes in smart gizmos and walkability. Though it won't be finished until next year, it's substantially more expensive than it used to be. Delisted at $950,000 in July, the home re-emerged on the market in October at $1.1 million, according to property records (because three months of inflation in white-hot Decatur is worth $150,000?) It's a tag-team effort by builder Arlene Dean and in-house architect Eric Rawlings, whose Prairie-style moderns and large Craftsmans dot Decatur and Oakhurst. Inside, the finished product will have 4,250 square feet, a chef's kitchen, a downstairs living area that appears suitably gigantic and what the agent describes as "smart home wiring" and "designer touches everywhere." Whether that spells "forever" and a million-plus offer, only time will tell.