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1970s Buckhead contemporary with infinity pool strives for $2.5M

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Gated, updated property takes open concept to the extreme

A Buckhead 1970s home with an infinity pool in the contemporary style. Ansley Atlanta Real Estate

Girded by ornate custom walls, this contemporary-style Buckhead estate from 1976 offers occupants the opportunity to lounge poolside, play tennis under the stars, and host a racquetball tournament in the living room.

At nearly 2 acres, the ranch property sprawls just west of Interstate 75, off Paces Ferry Road, punctuated by zen-friendly landscaping, the massive infinity pool, and lighted tennis courts.

It listed this week for just shy of $2.5 million.

Among these 4,700 square feet, find a gargantuan living room/den combo connected by a towering, double-sided fireplace, oversized windows and skylights galore, and a sleek pro kitchen that adds a (desperately needed) punch of color to such an onslaught of white. The property counts five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and one daunting lawn to mow.

It’ll take a serious collection of furniture and art to cozy this place up, but for wealthy buyers on the hunt for a sizable and unique blank canvass, this post-Nixon era relic could allure.