Around these rambling 5,100 square feet, there’s virtually no perceptible hallmarks from the styles of 1988, when it was built. Consider: This home delivered the same year Die Hard, Coming to America, and Beetlejuice came out, so at some point, it’s probably undergone a thorough purge.
By and large, it looks significantly more 2017 now.
Privacy is a key feature here, as this four-bedroom is tucked off the road with a rainbow driveway and deep backyard, which can be ogled from the straight-up gorgeous deck area. Fittingly, the listing touts “amazing topography.”
Inside, the chef’s kitchen, minimalist railings, and recessed sound system echo the perks of top-flight new construction today, though an overabundance of old-time artwork and furnishings clashes with (and distracts from) that, as is.
The putting green is a unique touch, though at this price-point, a little manageable pool would probably be better there.
- 4243 Lakehaven Drive [Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International]