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Midcentury Buckhead condo is artfully revived for $575K

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And these two poodles are ready for their close-up

A renovated condo in Buckhead, Atlanta.
A generous helping of windows.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

At the under-appreciated Plaza Towers on Peachtree Road in Buckhead, this two-bedroom condo is offering a fresh take on midcentury bones—with photogenic dogs to help get the point across.

A vintage portrait of the 1969 buildings included in the listing.

These twin, 22-story towers from 1969 were designed by Ted Levy—a Georgia Tech grad who also drew up Park Place—and they exemplify Atlanta’s midcentury modern high-rise architecture.

Listed this week for $575,000, unit 3E offers a refreshing to-the-studs renovation that resulted in marble aplenty, custom cabinetry and built-ins, a gourmet kitchen, and Sonos surround sound—and a generally understated, elegant style. Judging by treetops, this pad occupies one of the lowest floors.

The condo spans a hair shy of 1,600 square feet with new expansive windows but apparently no outdoor space. The listing touts the location as “one of the most exclusive stretches of Peachtree,” and though it’s not decidedly retail-heavy, it carries a solid 79 WalkScore.

The $980 HOA fees are ouch, but they do include concierge services and the right to call classic Atlanta architecture home.

Unfortunately, it’s doubtful the poodles are included.