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In the years since Buckhead has evolved into glass and steel towers, those searching for authentic low-rise condo construction have hunted ever-so-slightly northeast to Brookhaven. One of the original properties in this hyper-convenient, trendy nook of Intown Atlanta is Peachtree Place Condominiums, a collection of Tuscan-inspired apartment buildings that harbor those who value being only two miles up Peachtree from the corner of Piedmont. rnrnZooming in, we come to Unit 1633, a one-bedroom/one-bath on the top floor unit with recent updates and upgrades that bring it solidly into the 2020s. Cool tones and crown molding play well with dark-hewn, brand-new site finished hardwood floors which extend throughout a circular floor plan that starts with the light-bathed main living area (this is where you’ll also find the balcony, with its Magnolia lined view of the courtyard).rnrnNext comes the cozy dining area, which sits opposite the center-anchored kitchen: stainless appliances, earth-toned custom cabinetry, stone tops, and a subway tile backsplash, all in a space large enough to qualify for a hangout-while-cooking scenario.rnrnThe “big-enough-for-a-king size” bedroom connects to a pair of walk-in closets (there are six in total, so storage will never be a problem, even for a couple), and finally to the bathroom, with its garden tub and double vanity. The circuit is complete through the opposite door, leading back to the living room.rnrnIn short, Unit 1633 (much like Peachtree Place itself) is functional, spit-polished, and just a little bit flirty. Throw in the onsite amenities — 24-hour security, resort-style pool, fitness center, common areas, movie theater, you name it — and it’s no wonder that most of your neighbors will consist of laid-back, business-minded professionals. All of whom benefit from owning their place for less than the cost of renting. Priced to bring immediate attention. Serious inquiries only.