Their locations are cloistered in and around Buckhead—and one glamorous condo tops the list.
The custom Buckhead residence is described as a rough diamond—with hardly a dull moment.
This updated four-bedroom in Buckhead lords over "the best flat backyard in the area."
Even with price reductions and en vogue MCM leanings, these examples have yet to score contracts.
From front porches to palatial backyards and big square footages, each of these homes boasts American-ness.
This Buckhead four-bedroom from 1968 has clearly been cared for.
Porches, living space, and lushness galore in northern Buckhead.
Totality of four-bedroom’s design is described as "transitional and fresh"
Bordering woods off Atlanta’s Roswell Road, this 2004 four-bedroom capitalizes on its serene setting.
Ample green is a must at Amble Green, a relatively dense 30-home cluster near Chastain Park.
Twenty-one parks from Collier Heights to South Atlanta and Lithonia are scheduled to benefit.
Chastain Walk property from early 1960s offers unique design facets.
Conservancy group has launched a "Restore Chastain" campaign to raise funds for a new building.
But is that necessarily a good thing?
Potential buyers could enjoy a lot of space with these Buckhead properties. A whole lot.
Six-bedroom dwelling near Chastain Park includes infinity saltwater pool, vast living spaces.
The ITP landscape is dotted with recreational wonders and options not everyone is privy to—until now.
When it comes to successful, temporary intown rentals, proximity to top-tier green spaces is a serious boon.
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.
With a sunken living room and generous courtyards, updated 1968 dwelling is poised to party.
The 70-something-year-old music venue is also primed for quite a facelift.
With a wall of glass overlooking a creek, this MCM comes across as more wooded retreat than actual house.
1964 ranch near Chastain suggested as prime teardown on dream lot.
Renting gurus say a surprising number of Buckhead-area locations make the cut.
With 7,500 square feet near park, pricey dwelling described as "the perfect 10" yet struggles to sell.
Rents at large apartment hives in Decatur, Atlantic Station, and parts of Buckhead stagnated, study finds.
Updated 1957 property boasts gym, second kitchen, woodsy setting, and seas of carpet.
Although some updating could be required, and the HOAs aren’t exactly cheap.
Listed for sale this past summer, four-bedroom mansion has been reduced to just under $1.2 million.
Now that’s a backyard deck.
Heavy on windows, 1957 property is buried in lush setting off Northside Drive.
Three-story home received plenty of fresh upgrades, but the lot seems lacking.
This perfectly livable 1963 property is suggested as renovation project or bulldozer bait.
With French Provincial styling, the 4,500-square-foot property has a lot going on inside.
With a stylish saltwater pool overlooking a forest, this daring structure from 2006 is billed as "true perfection."
Near Chastain Park, updated 1959 property brings outdoors in, via massive windows.
This sprawling, updated traditional replaces a rather routine ranch, bringing it up to par with neighbors.
Spotlights will shine this summer on fresh examples of Atlanta’s modern home movement from Chastain Park to Virginia-Highland and beyond. Here’s a preview.