Don’t let this Atlanta home being built in 1964 fool you. It has a good mix of midcentury charm and 2021 updates.

Sitting on a private corner off Mount Paran Road, the house has been fully renovated.

The main house features four bedrooms with high ceilings and two bedrooms on the terrace level. Other features include a fully renovated basement, a four-car garage, two parking pads, five fireplaces and a huge Gunite pool. Hardwood and tile flooring are throughout he home. There’s also a separate carriage house with two bedrooms overlooking the pool.

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Natural light fills the fireside study, which doubles as a formal living room. There’s a formal dining room and a gourmet eat-in kitchen. Features include custom cabinets and an oversized island. More storage space is found in the keeping room, which has built-ins and access to one of two covered porches. The pool and wooded backyard can be seen from it, making it ideal for entertaining an indoor/outdoor gathering.

The upper level features a landing area overlooking the owner’s suite. It features windows that let in ample natural light, a gas fireplace, chandeliers built-ins and cedar closets with more built-ins. It has an ensuite bathroom to match. The bath has a double vanity, soaking tub and a separate all-glass shower. Even the guest bathroom has luxurious features, including a walk-in shower with sauna.

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Each side of the divided terrace level has its own bedroom, family room, kitchen and bathroom. Every part of the level is new and offers access to the parking pads, covered porches and the gated pool. That’s in addition to the two-bedroom carriage house, which has its own private entrance and a newly updated kitchen, family/dining room, bathroom and laundry. French doors open to a private porch, too.

Listing by Christine Bradley Team, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.

Photos by Virtual Media.

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