Do ITP home settings get more tranquil than these 3 acres situated about 10 minutes from Buckhead Village?
What’s marketed as a one-of-kind, contemporary “treehouse” says not.
Tucked away off Mount Paran Road, between Chastain Park and Interstate 75, this 1973 dwelling overlooks a pond on private, wooded grounds teeming with wildlife. It manages to retain the architectural lines and layout of the era—all the asymmetry that’s a hallmark of postmodern home design—without being straight funky.
That’s a credit to a recent renovation that brought in a modern kitchen and fresh paint, inside and out.
Topped with a cedar-shake roof, the fittingly earth-toned exterior switches to full bright white inside, lending a fresh, non-dated vibe and appealing palette for wall art.
Oversized windows enhance the treehouse vibes from several rooms, while multiple decks allow for soaking in the verdant quietude from multiple perspectives.
Marketed as elevated luxury in the leaves, the home listed five days ago with Compass’ Philip Lundquist Jr. for $1,549,000.
That buys four bedrooms, three and a ½ bathrooms, and four levels (including a basement with workshop and storage) in 3,800 square feet. There’s no garage, but the carport could qualify as handsome.
Highlights beyond the geometry include a fireside living room, the oversized garden tub in the master, and access to the area’s top-rated schools.
The breakdown of $408 per square foot may seem like a tall order, on the surface, but time will tell if buyers are willing to spring for a combo of uniqueness and special locale like this.
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