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This Modern, Tri-level Stunner Was Built In '81. Seriously.

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The bones of this contemporary marvel in Buckhead date back to the year Ronald Reagan was elected president, but all traces of 80s-era tackiness have been purged. Asking an even $1 million, this tri-level mini-Guggenheim is a study in flow, be it the kitchen to the living room or the dining room to the swanky pool grounds. For more evidence of flow see the stellar custom staircase, panoramic windows and all the airiness provided by 22-foot ceilings. Everywhere you look the place is clean, open and relatively simple, which are the components of fantastic. To verify the home's appeal, the listing agent notes that it was the subject of a seven-page feature in Jezebel magazine. (Sold!) While it might not be new, it's got the sort of modern moxie that endures. It last sold back in 1996 — for $235,000.
· 4205 Peachtree Dunwoody Road [Estately]