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$1.5M Morningside stunner has backyard oasis, killer kitchen

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Reimagined 1934 residence promoted as “masterpiece”

The pool of a sweet Morningside home from 1934 in Atlanta.
The alternative to backyard mowing.
Harry Norman Realtors

This thoroughly reimagined 1934 residence on a Morningside hilltop presents a case where broker babble such as “exquisite,” “masterpiece,” and “the lifestyle you have dreamed about” could be on point.

Girded by rockstar landscaping and buried deep in Morningside—basically equidistant to Piedmont Park and Emory University—this stunning four-bedroom, four-bathroom property listed this week at $1.48 million.

It’s an artful fusion of traditional exterior elements (see: siding) and clean modern lines (see: everywhere else). Whether the highlight is the general kitchen area or backyard oasis is debatable.

Anointed Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ “Kitchen of the Year,” the former space has Meile appliances, inventive ceilings, Calacatta marble, a lovely waterfall island, and custom tiling by Ann Sacs.

From there, venture through the Nanawall folding glass doors to a resort-like space with a built-in grill, multiple seating options, a heated pool, and palms.

Elsewhere among these 3,600 square feet, find a master closet that’s actually a full-blown dressing room, and a spa-like master bath that’s fully open to the bedroom.

Overall, it’s a unique property that should check a lot of boxes for deep-pocketed intown buyers.