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Lovely Piedmont Heights Craftsman has Architectural Pedigree, Abundant Wildlife

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Don’t mind the water buffalo and mallard collection

Tucked near Buckhead’s serene Duck Pond, between Peachtree Road and Lindbergh, this cozy Craftsman cottage was one of the first homes designed by esteemed Atlanta architect Keith Summerour and was built by a local couple in 1999.

For the first time it’s being offered for sale — taxidermy not included.

This should appeal to deep-pocketed fans of wood-burning fireplaces and manicured gardens who appreciate details like tongue-and-groove white oak floors and custom everything (hearths, fire-screens, cherry cabinets, that alder desk, and cabinets). The concrete kitchen counters qualify as a cool surprise.

"Everything in the house is completely custom and gardens were completely curated by the owners," Lee Hall, a Realtor with Ansley Atlanta Real Estate, tells Curbed Atlanta. "It’s a great location in Piedmont Heights East."

Zillow lists the square footage at just shy of 4,000 and says it lacks a garage.

It listed back in early April at $1.46 million and has stayed there since.