Has Jack Hanna been staging Buckhead condos? That's doubtful, but if the wildlife Zen master ever freelanced as a home decorator, his work would probably mirror the absolutely random aesthetic of this two-bedroom, two-bath unit. Purged of its 1980s-ness, the condo boasts sweet city views — capturing south Buckhead and a sliver of Midtown — and a zoo's worth of large wall prints, featuring tortoises, crabs, penguins, hummingbirds, a pouty gorilla and a yawning hippopotamus. Perched somewhere in The Concorde, a 31-story tower built in 1988, the condo has direct access to Publix, tennis courts, a 24/7 concierge, remote-controlled blinds, rainfall showers, a sleek, double-sink kitchen and an electric fireplace with a Whack-A-Mole-style television. For 1,228 square feet, the $275,000 ask seems reasonable, and the alleged $42 HOA fees even more so. But if potential buyers aren't serenaded by the opening riff of "Welcome to the Jungle," something's wrong in this world.
· 2870 Pharr Court S Unit 1106 [Estately]