Aside from dated interior design choices, this midcentury Buckhead home built in 1954 has got all the makings of a great place — if the prospective buyer is willing to do a little cosmetic surgery and shell out $1.1 million.
Featuring four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and 4,000 square feet, the listing boasts of "9 FOOT CEILINGS ON A 2.23 (acre) SPECTCULAR LOT ... INCREDIBLE WATERFALL IN THE BACK, HARDWOODS THROUGHOUT, PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP REALLY SHOWS."
(Real estate agents: Why so many all-caps? It feels like being petitioned to buy a house on Facebook by somebody’s grandfather.)
With vaulted ceilings, the living room offers a great view of that (rather beautiful, really) waterfall through large windows (surrounded, albeit, with aforementioned dated drapes and furnishings).
But, starting fresh from a design standpoint seems a small price to pay for a place with bones this good.
- 1490 Wesley Parkway NW [Harry Norman]