Purists might debate whether this 1964 dwelling in northeast Atlanta has been “lovingly and meticulously restored,” as the listing claims, but one thing’s certain: It’s more capable of hosting a groovy shindig now more than ever.
Find this revised midcentury modern on a Martin Manor cul-de-sac, just south of the point where Lindbergh Drive meets Lavista Road, near Interstate 85. It’s an area chockfull of similar MCM styles and more straightforward ranches, with walkability to attractions along Cheshire Bridge Road.
It’s marketed as being an “incredible” example of “exceptional style and value,” where only the knotty-pine paneled office looks untouched, save for the jazzy Edison-bulb light fixture.
Beyond some stylish landscaping, the carport, and an unabashedly orange front door, there’s hardwood floors aplenty and a great room with an original brick fireplace and beams—all painted over.
Views from the main living area stretch across a new deck to towering bamboo out back. Natural light seems to be no problem.
Other changes stretch from the commercial-grade TPO membrane roof to the redone kitchen (with convection) and the finished basement, which the listing advises can act as an in-law or teen suite, or even a rental.
Records indicate it last moved in 2017 for $386,000, before the updates.