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Can Spiffy Listing Photos Finally Sell this Intown Modern?

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Agent: The house cost more than this back in 2006

Just northwest of Atlantic Station, in the hilly nabe of Loring Heights, this custom modern home has had a fickle relationship with the open market lately. But now it's back — $900 more expensive and with pro-grade listing photos.

Interestingly, the listing notes this "modern masterpiece" was built in 2006 for more than $1.25 million, which makes its current price ($1,199,900) "below replacement cost," if that makes sense.

As we observed last year, this property was scooped up in 2013 for a relative song of $615,000, but as the market went bananas, it was upgraded and refreshed (a new front gate, etc.). It doesn't want for space (3,728 square feet) or brand names (Pedini cabinetry, Thermador and Gaggenau appliances), though the three-bedroom aspect could be a sticking point. Maybe the deck that cantilevers over the heated, saltwater pool area atones for that.

In the last year, this place has been listed and delisted at basically the same price — within $1,000 of $1.2 million — about a half-dozen times. Could eye-popping new photos finally seal the deal?