Atlanta Midcentury Modern Open House
With a recent price drop and a loving renovation, we think this William Pulgram-designed stunner will go fast.
Sadly, a lot of Atlanta’s midcentury modern architecture is being mowed over to make way for McMansion’s, high rises and parking lots. Many of the homes were built on large lots and developers find it is more cost-effective to construct two houses where there was once one. There is, however, a slice of the population that appreciates the sharp angles, large windows, skylights and open living spaces typically of the architectural style.
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We found a stunning midcentury modern home in Buckhead on Randall Mill Road set high on a beautifully wooded two-acre lot. Atlanta architect William Pulgram, whose clients include Coca-Cola, Black & Decker and BellSouth, designed the home in 1953. It embraces the style of Eichler and California Case Study homes, utilizing an open floor plan and walls of windows to bring the outside in.
Heriberto Brito, former dean of the Savannah College of Art & Design and a specialist in historic renovations, oversaw the home’s update. Consequently, it looks as new and fresh as when the first owners crossed its threshold. It has over 2,800-square-feet of living space, a Siematic kitchen with sleek stainless steel countertops, four bedrooms and four modern bathrooms.
The price was recently dropped to $875,000 and you can check it out for yourself at an open house this Sunday, (December 15) from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. See all the listing details at Keller Williams Realty of Buckhead. And be sure to check out the gallery above for a sneak peek.