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Buckhead midcentury ranch oozes potential at $1.1M

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Vaulted ceilings, gorgeous backyard waterfall, 4,000 square feet, and gobs of questionable wallpaper

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.