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1960s Buckhead home once lived in by Beastie Boy on the market

Tucked away on one of the quiet and winding roads of Buckhead, a mid-century modern home sits atop a shady hill. 

The one-story house is filled with natural light, a floor plan that is open and the kind of kitchen where Betty Draper would not look out of place. 

Oh, and Beastie Boys member Mike D lived there part-time for a spell around 2013. Just throwing that out there in case you need something to break the ice at your housewarming party — assuming you’ve got $839,500 to spare. 

The home, built in 1964 and located at 2979 Ridge Valley Road, is listed by Irene Clary of BHGRE Metro Brokers.

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If you want to check it out for yourself, an open house will be held Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. In the meantime, take a look and learn more below. 

A focal point in the 3,028-square-foot house is an interior stone wall with a double-sided fire place. It’s surrounded by hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows.

A long island in the kitchen and a cozy dining area offer places to hold court over martinis and finger foods. 

The house has four bedrooms, two of which are masters, and 3½ bathrooms, one of which is a master with double vanities, a frameless shower and soaking tub. The 24,175-square-foot grounds also have a newly landscaped backyard, a deck and a patio. 

MORE | 2-story penthouse on 46th floor in Atlantic Station going for $1.39M 

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