Here’s a bright-white Midtown modern on a hill that emphasizes a variety of outdoor living spaces — some of which have skyline views, especially in winter.
Touted as “One Very Special Home In All Ways,” this four-bedroom contemporary about a block south of Piedmont Park takes the place of an old brick bungalow here (possibly keeping at least part of the brick foundation, if listing photos are any indication).
The result is a 3,080-square-foot, largely elegant offering that should check a lot of boxes with Atlanta’s modern fans who don’t wanna go full spaceship, so to speak.
With this location, the combination of style, size, and four outdoor spaces doesn’t come cheap, however. The home recently listed for 100 bucks shy of $1.3 million.
Most rooms seem washed in natural lighting, thanks to a geometric smorgasbord of windows. The sprawling main bedroom/lounge/deck complex is referred to as a “master quarter” in the listing, which also describes it as “smothered with cool.”
If that’s indeed a wet bar in the master, the description could be on point.
- 428 8th St. NE [Engel & Volkers]