In Atlanta, eccentricity isn’t always the strongest selling point.
But substantial discounts can be.
This 1980s A-frame contemporary, tucked in a northwest Atlanta forest and largely renovated to 2019 standards, has lingered on the market for well over a year, despite discounts totaling almost $260,000.
Spotlighted on these pages last year, the four-bedroom property now flaunts more leafy, summery listing photography in addition to the adjusted price: $939,899, as posted this week by Dorsey Alston Realtors.
Built in 1980 off Buckhead’s Mount Paran Road, between Interstate 75 and Chastain Park, the house clings to a hillside and enjoys a buffer of thick woods. Numerous balconies (four? five?) jut off the backside, overlooking a creek and so much verdure.
The land totals 1.2 acres, while inside is 3,611 square feet.
Following renovations, it initially listed at $1.2 million in March 2018. A couple of months later, the price-chopping ensued.
It’s being marketed as “truly a work of art,” with ITP privacy to the max. We’ll see if the revised price is finally what art buyers are looking for.