This four-bedroom midcentury modern in Buckhead hasn’t totally obscured its cool bones.
The listing comes "stocked with your choice of black or purple CDC-recommended gloves and a treasure trove of sanitary wipes," says the agent.
For fans of tongue-and-groove and lush Atlanta acreage, that’ll be $1.13 million.
Counting a saltwater pool and classic touches, the 1952 listing is predicted to make "mid-mod enthusiasts... drool."
The 1970s residence with a huge footprint is tucked away near the Governor’s Mansion.
The art-bedecked 1950s property sprawls across nearly 7,000 square feet for $1.69M.
Or will the lush acreage near Lenox Square spell its doom?
Revised 1964 dwelling off Cheshire Bridge Road aims to make cul-de-sac living cool.
Extensive renovation blends original architectural design with today’s trends.
Five-bedroom midcentury residence is tucked in the forested Cascade corridor.
Can fresh photos, staging, and price seal the deal for 1967 property?
Restored 1961 property designed by Kenneth Johnson is called a "jewel" of the genre.
Marketed in the 1950s as "homes of smart design and superior construction," these residences have stood the test of time.
This Buckhead four-bedroom from 1968 has clearly been cared for.
Subtlety is not the strong suit of this custom MCM specimen in East Point—and that’s the point.
Four-bedroom from 1960 with a saltwater pool is called a stunning example of the genre.
Surrounded by gardens, 1957 Buckhead dwelling excels in flow between rooms, exterior hangs.
After complete renovation, the home claims to offer "modern living at its finest."
Now that’s a conversation pit.
Updated 1967 oddity near Lenox Square is described as "pristine."
Chastain Walk property from early 1960s offers unique design facets.
But is that necessarily a good thing?
Near Marietta Square, cypress-clad 1950s dwelling in time-capsule condition has struggled to sell, however.
Created by Dean Bryant Vollendorf, this home design became a top seller in the 1960s and 1970s.
For $1.27M, property on two secluded acres is described as an MCM "hallmark."
Buyers who closed on Sandy Springs property this week are "excited to own this piece of history."
Relic from 1960 boasts architectural pedigree and an abundance of very old wood.
With pricing from $259K to more than $1M, these stylish old dwellings offer variety in terms of budget and location
Near Interstate 75 at the Chattahoochee River, this 1967 dwelling coalesces with its "park-like" surroundings.
To renovate or subdivide on West Wesley Road? That is the question.
Vaulted ceilings, an abundance of windows, and sharp, clean lines do their part to represent MCM design against a wooded backdrop.
Renovated 1950s Buckhead property might not be original, but it artfully embraces the setting.
This 1963 ranch in the northeastern reaches of Atlanta blends updates with MCM hallmarks.
The renovation of this 1950s property looks strong, but don’t expect the pages of Atomic Ranch inside.
Stylish 1960s property has been upgraded since its noteworthy owners offloaded it in 2016.
Tray ceilings, brickwork, and groovy trim highlight this well-kept 1967 offering.
Midcentury meets 2018 in revamped four-bedroom on a corner lot, asking $450K
Despite midcentury-modern flair and sensitive updates, 1961 property has lingered on the market since January.