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Ormewood Park modern from 2010 is square (but yet isn’t) for $550K

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Three-bedroom with mighty windows and adventurous lines marketed as “stunning.”

A modern home for sale in Ormewood Park Atlanta right now.
The Ormewood Avenue facade gives few hints about the curvaceousness within.
Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown

Back in 2010, before modern mania swept intown Atlanta, this flat-fronted Ormewood Park residence must have seemed fairly radical.

Situated near the Grant Park border, a few blocks south of Glenwood Park’s eats and boutiques, the nontraditional three-bedroom serves up an array of windows beneath a line-graph roofline for $550,000.

Described as “high-quality contemporary design,” the interior offers unexpected curves (harkening 1980s postmodernism) that lead to a sleek kitchen, with one angle creating a too-cool nook for crafting libations.

The curves continue with the spa-rific master bathroom’s tub (and sinks). Also there’s the crescent-shaped driveway behind a motorized gate and non-privacy fence, which leads to a single-car garage.

The smallish back patio seems to be a victim of the home’s nonconformist stance on the lot, but it does boast sweet bamboo accents.

Other perks: gorgeous hardwoods, the built-out master closet, and finished basement that’d make for a swell studio or office.

The 2,196 square feet is adequate without being grossly huge, though some discerning Atlanta families could take umbrage with just two and 12 bathrooms.

Once a casualty of late-recession foreclosure, the property last traded about four years ago at $358,000, per records.

The 41 “car dependent” WalkScore is low, even by single-family neighborhood standards intown, but that number should quickly climb when the Beltline’s Southside Trail debuts in roughly 2023.