An Atlanta residence once billed as one of the city's "most spectacular" moderns is back on the market roughly a year after being listed at $4 million.
The difference now? 5,000 bucks.
Surrounded by 2 lush acres, this 1982 compound by renowned Laguna Beach architect Fred Briggs — who also designed this California home in 1969, from which the Atlanta residence apparently borrowed inspiration — is right around the corner from the Governor's Mansion in Tuxedo Park. It boasts an indoor pool, Creston home automation system, and a full-blown fitness center.
It listed for $3 million in early 2013 and eventually sold in 2014 at $2.62 million.
After some upgrades — including hardwood plank flooring from France, an overhauled kitchen, and a small fortune's worth of chandeliers — the more than 8,000-square-foot home went on the market in June 2015 at $4 million, and the listing was removed three months later.
Now re-listed at $3,995,000, it'll be interesting to see what that a $5K discount (and even hotter housing market) can do.
- 3303 Chatham Road NW [Berkshire Hathaway]
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- A Contemporary California House with Stunning 360-Degree Views for $92 Million [Architectural Digest]