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$324K for this northern Atlanta contemporary home in the woods

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Talk about a price-chop

Nestled in a woodsy, pine-canopied setting that basically abuts Interstate 285, this four-level contemporary has undergone the most no-nonsense price reduction in recent memory.

According to Zillow, the home listed in late September for a hair shy of $600,000. Now, it’s been discounted to $324,900 — a reduction of almost 46 percent.

That just might signal a motivated seller.

The address says Atlanta but it sits a few yards OTP — so maybe it’s ATP — just west of Ga. Highway 400. (More specifically, the listing labels this the "established" Hammond Hills neighborhood of Sandy Springs).

In any case, this unique offering was built in 2007 and still looks pretty fresh, for anyone who can palate loads of stone tile. The huge banks of windows allow for a treehouse vibe, and the heavenly rooftop deck could atone for oddities like the tub’s WTF placement in between two vanities in one primary bathroom.

It counts three bedrooms, two and 12 bathrooms, and just short of 1,500 square feet, which could seem small for a place with so much verticality. The listing agent promises the overall property — like that price-chop — is "unlike anything you have seen before."