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Recently renovated, this ‘magazine worthy’ Morningside midcentury modern targets $1.7M

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Vaulted ceilings, an abundance of windows, and sharp, clean lines do their part to represent MCM design against a wooded backdrop

Back of house overlooking swimming pool.
A Morningside oasis minutes from Piedmont Avenue.
Keller Williams Atlanta Intown

Built in 1958 and renovated this year, this midcentury modern in Morningside immediately puts on a warmer appearance thanks to the wood siding around the garage and the private front deck hugging the front facade.

Inside, this warmth is carried out through the 4,320-square-foot house thanks to the white oak floors, wood furnishings, and even the built-in walnut shelving in the den.

The six-bedroom, six-bathroom dwelling is touted as “an entertainer’s dream,” which is readily apparent in the expansive kitchen (complete with a 10-foot Michelangelo marble island) and the equally spacious living room.

The lagoon-style swimming pool and rear gardens behind the house create a relaxing and private escape from the busy city streets just minutes away.

Floor-to-ceiling windows allow an abundance of natural light into the master bedroom, but there’s also a view of the neighbor’s driveway, which makes one wonder if there are window shades not readily apparent in the listing photo.

Overall, the property appears to be the complete package with “carefully curated high-end finishes,” a prime intown location, and an asking price of $1,750,000 that is quite reasonable (relatively speaking) for the community.

Perhaps it truly is the “rare opportunity” the listing claims it to be.