modern ‘hood: lavista park, atlanta

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LaVista Park may have bumped Northcrest as my favorite atomic neighborhood in Atlanta. Why? Location, location, location! While Northcrest has more Brady Bunch-style ranches per block, it’s up in the sleepy suburb of Doraville. LaVista Park, sandwiched between busy Briarcliff and Cheshire Bridge Roads, is a short drive or bike ride to some of the best restaurants, shops, and parks in central Atlanta. Here are 8 midcentury and contemporary abodes that caught my eye on an afternoon drive. All photos were taken by me while standing on public property.

 

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Beyond those striking 60s rooflines and expansive windows, the next best trait of LaVista Park is house pride. The owners are obviously modernism fans who relish creating era-appropriate curb appeal. It’s not easy shooting this ‘hood on a sunny day, because the residents are all outside with tools in their hands! Do you have a favorite LVP home that I missed? Tell me about it in the comments.

6 thoughts on “modern ‘hood: lavista park, atlanta”

  1. Fantastic finds! Love that adorable one pictured first the most. We love our home, but are the sore thumb – we are the only MCM among all the cute brick ranchers. Love the pride this ‘hood obviously has!

  2. Thanks for chiming in, Miss Meghan! I agree — the development in this ‘hood is respectful of the era, for the most part.

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