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Modern house in East Atlanta flaunts rooftop party zone for $650K

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Tri-level offering near EAV is marketed as “modern architectural gem” with price to match

A photo of the top level of a modern home for sale in East Atlanta Village.
On the top floor, a retractable, garage-style door unveils the “private sky patio sanctuary.”
PalmerHouse Properties

Built in 2015, this extroverted modern dwelling in East Atlanta is being marketed as a three-story “architectural gem” that “has it all,” including the most party-ready rooftop to blip the listings radar in weeks.

Also included is an ambitious price that aims to break the $600,000 threshold like no other house in the neighborhood recently has.

Counting four bedrooms across 2,470 square feet, the property stands on quiet and leafy Stokeswood Avenue, maybe five blocks south of the neighborhood’s commercial village.

An ample back deck in the trees and Juliette balcony are nice, but the true showstopper is up top, where a push-button, garage-style glass door opens to reveal a “private sky patio sanctuary” with a full outdoor kitchen. The third floor also features two bedrooms with treetop views.

Other plusses include California Closets build-outs in the master bedroom and pantry, classy-cool lighting choices and non-cheapo ceiling fans, plus what appears to be a recessed sound system in many ceilings.

Knocks could include the lack of garage—or covered—parking and a facade that might lean a little fortress-y for some.

Overall, it’s an interesting package in an agreeable location with a price ($650,000) to match.