There are a lot of beautiful homes in Atlanta — lovely kitchens and glorious decorating and beautiful layouts, all captured in listing photos to die for. These? These are not them. These photos highlight the worst, weirdest and most questionable choices of the week from the ATL real estate world, courtesy of Zillow listings. But, hey, they get an A for trying ...
^ This beauty can be yours for only $14,203, but you'll have to find her first — the listing is address-less.
^ For the buyer who fantasizes about cooking in the former Soviet Republic.
^ Part potentially awesome basement, part setting for a '70s swingers porno.
^ Caveat emptor, you guys: The entirety of Candler Park isn't included in this home's $395,000 asking price.
^ A fine piece of real estate right here, and a 15-minute walk to Turner Field, no less!
^ Sellers beware ... in Georgia, it's best to keep Buddhism in the closet.
^ More than a million bucks, four bedrooms, three bathrooms and one ancestral crypt shielded by centuries-old ivy and guarded by the legendary Copper Horse of Buckhead.
^ A focal point ... this random concrete wall.
^ Because who doesn't want bar chairs in the shape of faces, with eyes that pierce the soul and a disturbing absence of foreheads?
— By Curbed Atlanta contributor Tyler Estep