So it might not be Dilling Street in North Hollywood, and those iconic floating stairs are absent, but this period-loyal midcentury modern in Dunwoody epitomizes Brady Bunch-era home design in myriad ways.
A true time-capsule described as being in “stunning” and “knockout” condition, the tri-level, four-bedroom property just north of Perimeter Center has listed for $499,000, offering the chance to be the second owner since its 1963 origins.
Around these 2,764 square feet, knotty pine paneling jibes with plush, thick, but not quite shaggy carpeting. Even the gray-washed kitchen cabinetry looks original, though the fridge (and maybe the floors) in there harken more recent styles.
And it might be the one instance in metro Atlanta where ripping out a pink bathtub (with even pinker surround) should be at least a misdemeanor.
Other highlights include the original bar, the very MCM fireplace, big windows, downstairs game room, and ample back deck. Per the listing, original oak hardwoods are sequestered at the moment under so much carpeting.
It’ll take a very specific (and nostalgic) buyer who pines for a cul-de-sac corner lot, but “this lovely piece of history,” as the listing puts it, should make someone feel groovy.