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Unusual ‘Renovation Addict’s Find’ near Buckhead seeks $1M

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Located off West Paces Ferry Road in Randall Mill, this renovated 1981 home contains “unique qualities,” that’s for sure

Driveway in front of house with walls of windows.
Unusual find near Buckhead.
Keller Williams Buckhead

Built in 1981, this 4,332-square-foot home near West Paces Ferry Road received a renovation in 2002, and it features 20-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the soaring foyer and great room.

These are impressive, and they go a long way in highlighting some of this four-bedroom, four-bath home’s more interesting qualities, like the brick floors, the leaf motif in the kitchen, and the fireplaces without mantels.

However, these may not be the “unique qualities most of the new construction lacks today” referred to in the listing. In fact, it’s not exactly clear what those qualities are.

Although called “contemporary/modern” in the listing, the interior appears to be anything but, with a dated look throughout, especially that wallpaper in the awkwardly designed master bathroom.

The rear of the home contains a deck and screened porch that provide prime outdoor entertaining space, but the swimming pool looks like a belated addition.

Last sold in 2011 for $574,000, the house was listed for sale in March for $1,079,000 before being reduced to the current ask of $1 million last week.

Even with the price cut, it’s an impressive jump from $132 per square foot to $230 per square foot in just six years.

The listing states the house is located in the “safest neighborhood in Atlanta, in the best public school districts and near several premier private schools.” Perhaps those details will spur a sale without further price reductions.