Is This A Tear-Down? Updated 12/16/09   7 comments

Save This House!

Save This House!

Update:  Still for sale, but with a new realtor who is marketing it without the mention of being a teardown.

Well the realtor certainly thinks so. I haven’t seen this neat example of Mid Century architecture in person, so I can’t vouch for it 100%, but the available pics make it look pretty well taken care of.

This California-style ranch, built in 1960, is a rare find in the Atlanta area. Even more interesting is that it appears much of the original detail is still intact. It would be a shame to see a soulless McMansion taking its place. Hopefully, the slow housing market and the $975K $895K asking price will prevent a developer from knocking down this gem.

Entry...Looks like original door hardware and check out the planters.

Entry...Looks like original door hardware and check out the planters.


Family Room & Kitchen...Beams, bricks, wood paneling



Harry Norman Realtors


7 responses to “Is This A Tear-Down? Updated 12/16/09

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  1. We love mid-century modern and stubbled upon this site. I hope some one will save this beautiful house. Most Southern homes will never be as cool as this one. Please don’t tear it down!!!


  2. It would be a travesty to tear this house down! That is not a Realtor I would ever deal with…


  3. I don’t usually reply to posts but I will in this case, great info…I will add a backlink and bookmark your site. Keep up the good work!

    I’m Out! 🙂


  4. Super-Duper site! I am loving it!! Will come back again – taking your feeds too now, Thanks.


  5. I love it, leave it alone


  6. why!!!!!!!! cant they leave it alone


  7. It has been torn down. So sad…I drove by many times to look at this fabulous home.


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