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Updated midcentury modern on leafy Buckhead lot discounted to $895K

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Can fresh photos, staging, and price seal the deal for 1967 property?

The sloped facade of 4144 Flintlock Road NW.
The sloped facade of 4144 Flintlock Road NW.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

Atlanta’s revived zeal for midcentury modern dwellings apparently knows some bounds.

Despite an overall design that should please many MCM enthusiasts, alongside an asking price that doesn’t smack as absurd for this section of Buckhead, this 1967 property has now lingered on the market for a year.

Located just north of Interstate 75, between Mount Paran Road and the Chattahoochee River, the home has undergone some staging updates (with fresh photography) since last spotlighted on these pages.

Whether those changes—in addition to $300,000 in price cuts—is a quick ticket to Contractville remains to be seen.

Initially listed at $1.2 million last summer, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom offering has been discounted three times since. Following the latest price adjustment last week, it now asks $895,000, via Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.

The home last traded at $765,000 in 2008, records show.

The wood-ceilinged den, off the kitchen.

Beneath its butterfly roof, the home is hardly small at 4,657 square feet. It’s marketed as “captivating” overall, and “light-drenched” by way of so many geometrically interesting windows.

Like natural stone, views of woods abound.

Some aspects, like the kitchen’s mirrored wall and cabinetry, might not be every MCM zealot’s cup o’ tea, but could perks like Control4 smart home tech, a full landscaped acre of privacy, and a triple dose of discounts atone?

The den’s wood joins stone walls, hard tile flooring, and banks of windows echoed elsewhere in the home.
The two-story great room’s fireplace and forested views.
The dining room, with fireplace and deck access.
The kitchen’s double oven and overall space is conducive to gatherings.
The kitchen’s mirrored wall and alternate dining space.
Woodsy vistas continue in the master bedroom.
A surprise clawfoot tub in the master suite, which has his/her bathrooms and closets.
An ancillary bathroom.
Views from what’s configured as an office.
An alternate look at window arrangements, a sunroom with a skylight, and porches.
The view from backyard woods.