This revised 1950 dwelling blends right in at Martin Manor, an unsung hotbed of Atlanta midcentury residential architecture with more cool ranches than Doritos.
While it’s rooted in the middle of the last century, with roof lines and window arrangements that qualify it as modern, don’t expect the usual hallmarks of the genre in what’s marketed as a “midcentury modern masterpiece” in the heart of Atlanta.
That’s not to say the place isn’t cool, too, with a “fresh California feel” enhanced by a bounty of outdoor living spaces and corner-lot grounds that are more than ample, as the listing notes.
Freshly renovated with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, the home is tucked on quiet streets just west of Cheshire Bridge, between Midtown and Buckhead. It listed with Compass this week for $575,000.
Comprising 2,015 square feet, the interior is more 2020 than tongue-and-groove, with perks that include a screened porch, hot-tub deck, and space for a home office.
Records indicate it last traded in late 2018 for $495,000.
An added bonus for these crazy times?
“This California Dreaming address comes stocked with your choice of black or purple CDC-recommended gloves and a treasure trove of sanitary wipes, post private showing,” notes Compass agent Meg Garrido in an email to Curbed Atlanta. “Social distancing respectful showings [are] available upon request.”