Not many people can say that they live in a home designed by Joe Amisano, the architect responsible for Atlanta landmarks such as Peachtree Center MARTA Station, the Woodruff Arts Center, Fernbank Science Center and the original open-air Lenox Square shopping center, but the buyer of this home can — and for $720,000 less than it was asking just four years ago. The 3,402-square-foot contemporary design is modern without being cold, dramatic without being outrageous. Built in 1979, it features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a fully finished basement and oodles of light thanks to the angular skylights and tall windows, which showcase the private, wooded 2.07 acre lot on which it sits. A rounded deck and some portal windows add a few much-needed curves. It's not for everyone, but the right buyer with a love of unusual architecture, airy open layouts and geometric lines can scoop it up for $875,000.
· 2401 West Wesley Road [Zillow]