In Stone Mountain's shadow, massive 1980s modern wants to party again for $399Ok – Curbed Atlanta

If glass blocks as constructing supplies ever got here again in type, this 1980s modern subsequent door to Stone Mountain might be Atlanta’s epicenter of cool.

Again in 1986, an advert government had this pad customized-designed to maximize uniqueness and privateness, spending a reported $600,000 (and that’s not adjusted for inflation).

The point of interest was (and is) a towering glass column on the facade, thought to be the area’s largest on the time, and the topic of no less than one newspaper article, in accordance to itemizing agent Kirsten Conover of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.

To at the present time, the individuality definitely stays.

With one hovering room after the subsequent, the four,500-square-foot mission counts checkerboard kitchen flooring, fireplaces aplenty, and a sunken (or no less than step-down) front room.

Behind the curved glass monolith, the floating stairs are trendy however ridiculously unfriendly to children (or tipsy mother and father). They do foster the sense of openness, nevertheless, that carries all through.

As a part of an enormous master suite loft, discover mirrored cabinetry within the exhaustively tiled (and carpeted) lavatory—but in addition a nifty sauna and weight space. For all of the house, the home provides simply three bedrooms and three bogs as at the moment configured.

From the rear, issues are trying considerably drab across the large patio, with chilly, time-tarnished partitions that beg for energy-washing, no less than. However it’s certainly one of three outside areas, so there are alternatives.

The land itself stretches for 11 wooded acres, just about actually within the grand monadnock’s shadow. It’s additionally in what’s described as “unique Monteagle subdivision.”

The itemizing notes the structure and floorplan stay “nice,” and that with “minor touches ... [the house] can be groovy again!” It’s mentioned to have just lately appraised at $465,000, nevertheless it got here to market a few days in the past at $399,000.

Different Atlanta listings this year have confirmed that ’80s modern might be revived in enticing methods, so there’s hope but.

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In Stone Mountain's shadow, massive 1980s modern wants to party again for $399Ok - Curbed Atlanta