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Texture reigns in this Buckhead midcentury modern for $950K

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Near Buckhead’s most popular shopping, 1960s residence contains vintage charm with contemporary upgrades

Grass yard leads to stone-covered home.
West Coast-suburbia charm gives way to modern enhancements.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s

Built in 1967, this 4,800-square-foot midcentury modern in Pine Hills in Buckhead, not far from Lenox Square, features five bedrooms and three and 12 baths on two floors of living space.

Through it all, texture holds court in many rooms.

For instance, there are two granite gas fireplaces in the family room and eat-in kitchen. Also in the kitchen, find plenty of granite countertops and subway tile.

Walls covered in stone also are found in the family and media rooms, and marble abounds in the master bathroom. The foyer also includes stone flooring before giving way to hardwoods and tile.

Even the front exterior includes a stone façade.

The listing states there are “more than $62,000 in upgrades,” which is apparent in the updated kitchen and master bathroom.

The decks spanning the length of the house in the back are another attractive feature for this house.

The asking price of $949,000 equates to a cost of $198 per square foot, quite reasonable when compared to other nearby dwellings.

This could lead to a short stay on the market for potential buyers searching for a way into Buckhead without breaking the bank.

Provided that bank can handle a mortgage note of nearly $1 million, that is.