North Decatur buyers in the market for stylish, single-story living that harkens the 1950s without being too martini-sipping-grandpa could find much to admire here on Tanglewood Road.
Built in 1952 and recently overhauled, this four-bedroom was “professionally renovated by one of Decatur’s best design/build teams,” per the listing. It certainly qualifies as up-to-date, though it’s largely devoid of the authentic MCM pizzaz that most purists covet.
Find it off LaVista Road, tucked among the generous lots of the Leafmore neighborhood, closer to Toco Hills shopping than that of downtown Decatur.
As such, the property carries a “car-dependent” 36 WalkScore, which is often the price paid for big-lot, no-sidewalk privacy.
With its angled awning, Japan-harkening landscaping, and fresh color scheme, the facade makes a cool statement, though some might grumble about painted brick. Inside, the “classic formal entry hall” leads back to what could be the most midcentury-modern aspect of all: the family room’s beamed cathedral ceilings.
With its farmhouse-style sink, cabinetry for miles, and chef-ready appliances, the kitchen is an all-around perk, albeit very much 2018 in style.
From the back, the house also has panache, where it meets a professionally landscaped, terraced backyard and begs for a deck to complement the patio.
Pertinent numbers: three full bathrooms, 2,676 square feet, and a two-car garage. Oh, and the asking price: $689,000.
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