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For $1.3M, midcentury Buckhead dwelling claims mountain-like setting beside stream

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ITP serenity doesn’t exactly come cheap near the banks of the Chattahoochee River

What’s described as an angler’s paradise not far from Chastain Park.
What’s described as an angler’s paradise not far from Chastain Park.
Listing, photos via Clickit Realty

ITP settings don’t get much more North Georgia than this.

Just off Interstate 75 (but a world away in spirit?), on the Atlanta side of the Chattahoochee River, this unique four-bedroom dwelling from 1959 offers trout fishing, hiking, and even summertime tubing options basically in the backyard.

Thoroughly renovated at what’s called one of “Buckhead’s most exclusive addresses,” 4450 Harris Trail includes circular windows, which function like portholes to nature beyond, and gorgeous stone walls abutting a stream around back.

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is about 100 yards beyond, with river access.

One of four fireplaces—and two distinctive windows—in a vaulted sitting room.

Beyond some stonework, larger windows, and the split-level layout, not much hints at the home’s midcentury roots. But like fireplaces (four total), outdoor spaces are in abundance, providing ample opportunities for soaking in the serenity.

Coupled with proximity to top-flight public and private schools, this bucolic package doesn’t come cheap, listing this week for $1,327,000. That buys what’s listed as 3,500 square feet, with just 2,500 of it heated.

Another, somewhat surprising consideration: living here entails monthly association dues of $380, per the listing.

Windows surround the living room and renovated kitchen.
Compressed ceiling height in the chef’s kitchen.
Another fireplace beside the mirrored bar.
Plentiful windows continue in a bedroom.
Curves abound in the master bathroom.
Terrace level with bar and stone patio.
The bucolic backyard, with a view to the deck.
Creekside seating.