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Clean-lined Buckhead contemporary struggles to sell, raises price

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Yanked from market in August, four-bedroom modern is back at $1.24M

A renovated Buckhead modern in Atlanta. Harry Norman Realtors

These days, the motto for Atlanta’s housing market must go something like this: If at first you don’t succeed, wait six months and raise the price.

Such are the tactics with this clean-lined Buckhead contemporary, which came on the market last spring just shy of $1.3 million.

A succession of price chops cut it down by $100,000, until it was ultimately yanked from the market in August.

Now it’s back. At $1,245,000.

Spanning 3,400 square feet, the home has a retro vibe, but an extensive renovation made it largely a new structure in 2014 (with the glass-block wall ostensibly harkening the home’s old state).

It's tucked at the end of a long snaking driveway, on a wooded lot off Interstate 75, not far from Chastain Park. The price includes more than an acre in the coveted Jackson school district.

According to the listing, everything from the electrical, plumbing, roof, windows, and HVAC systems is new. Highlights include the chef's kitchen with quartz countertops and Viking appliances, the spa bath in the master, and bonus playroom.

Also included: an inner courtyard social sanctuary that looks exquisite.