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White-brick Buckhead charmer from 1938 targets $1.1M

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Elegant expansion in shadow of Buckhead sky-rises

A new listing in Buckhead, a white-brick house from the 1930s.
When dormers lend visual balance.
Keller Williams

This charming Buckhead traditional has stood for nearly 80 years, but a renovation and expansion described as “meticulous” should check many boxes for modern-day buyers with million-plus budgets.

With its white-brick exterior and perky dormers, the house is tucked on Peachtree Drive in the shadow of Buckhead’s business district. Inside, the aesthetic alternates from elegant to what could be called judiciously rustic, highlighted by a lovely, screened back porch adjoined to the kitchen and living room by impressive doors.

Per the listing, there are simply too many plusses to list among these 3,000 square feet, though it manages to squeeze in mention of the kitchen’s high-end La Cornue French range and noteworthy hardscapes and plantings in the yard.

The screened back porch.

For a sizable residence—with a $1.1 million asking price, no less—it has just two and 12 bathrooms to compliment four bedrooms.

And like virtually every pricey Buckhead listing these days, it deploys drones for a handy, visual explanation of where the property is. From here, it’s a quick walk to The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, for anyone so inclined.

The requisite Buckhead drone vantage.