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For $1.4M in Virginia-Highland, polished 1918 Craftsman is glorious

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4,200 square feet of wow near Little Five Points

A renovated house in Virginia-Highland Atlanta that’s rather glorious.
A commendable porte-cochère right there.
Dorsey Alston

Tucked off Briarcliff Road, a few blocks north of Little Five Points, this landmark 1918 home in Virginia-Highland is a stone-cold, brick-sided knockout.

With five bedrooms across nearly 4,200 square feet, it was restored to its original glory by noted Atlanta architect William T. Baker—with impressive period accents and rare materials maintained—and more recently updated by Dovetail Craftsman, per the listing.

It’s a pristine blend of Craftsman woodwork and modern amenities that include a Lacanche range and Sub-Zero fridge in a marble-rich kitchen that’s punctuated by ornate tin ceilings. Even Atlanta’s modern set will probably applaud this room.

Other distinctly non-1918 perks include the master bathroom’s heated marble floor, the Crestron lighting system, and the gym back in the lovely carriage house. What’s described as the “daylight terrace level” includes a home theatre, too.

Every room and outdoor space (to include the gorgeous landscapes) seems tastefully put together.

All yours for $1,395,000.