The modern farmhouse movement has emerged in the East Atlanta Village. Within a reclaimed plank's toss of Midway Pub, the Graveyard Tavern and every other EAV hotspot, this four-bedroom "design-driven modern farmhouse" is offering "a one of a kind opportunity" with style to boot, says the listing agent. The location might be unique, but this aesthetic has popped up recently in Reynoldstown, Ormewood Park, Edgewood and beyond. With 2,500 square feet, a sterling Walk Score of 87 and a minimalist tin roof, the home is a showcase of wide-open spaces, reclaimed wood, doors that slide on tracks and daring, locally sourced lighting. (Could that be Atlanta's most elaborate laundry-room chandelier?) Perks include the sleek fireplace surround and "large party deck" out back. Which brings us to the price: $519,000. Half-million dollar listings are rare in the EAV, but if this property fetches that price, it wouldn't be unprecedented. This five-bedroom modern, for example, sold last month for $575,000, but with 800 more square feet and an elevator.