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In Buckhead, seven-bedroom mondo-Priarie wants to wrangle $1.2M

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Sprawling recent construction touts walkability to PATH400, Phipps Plaza

A newish Prairie-style home for sale in Buckhead.
Described as one of North Buckhead’s rare, flat yards.
Muffley & Associates

This 4,220-square-foot sprawler with Prairie leanings is an example of that rare big Buckhead house with some modicum of walkability.

Sure, the seven-bedroom, cul-de-sac property is saddled with a “car-dependent” 21 WalkScore, but all the retail options around Phipps Plaza are less than a mile down the street, and PATH400 is closer still.

Drastically renovated and expanded in 2015, the house is highlighted by some surprisingly high-tech features. These include Sonos sound, a whole-house humidifier, Racio Wi-Fi sprinklers, and general smart-home tech such as security cameras.

Other perks: the double-dose of master bedrooms, a theater room, gym room, and what Zillow describes as “one of the few level backyards in North Buckhead,” which begs for a pool but is, at least, conveniently fenced for caging kiddos.

Find five bathrooms among the interior labyrinth and a smattering of brightly colored walls. Plus style-appropriate light fixtures and front doors.

Yet for all the perks (and entree into the Sarah Smith School District), this pad hasn’t exactly flown off the shelf.

It listed this past spring at $1.3 million and underwent a discount before leaving the market in July.

This week, it’s back. At $1.24 million.

In recent years, the property has undergone an interesting evolution, as follows:

What looks like the original state, back in 2008.
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In 2012, following the first expansion.
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The interior today.
Remaining photos: Muffley & Associates