Brad and Rebekah Daniell desired to find a home with traditional architecture north of the Perimeter. It sounded simple, but over five months they put offers on homes and withdrew contracts after inspections or negotiations.
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At a Glance
Brad and Rebekah Daniell’s home, built in 1986 in Dunwoody’s Briers North neighborhood, has five bedrooms, three and a half baths and about 2,467 square feet. They purchased it in May, assisted by Gretchen Keyser, president and managing broker of Key Realty. Homes in Briers North have recently sold in the mid $200,000s to low $300,000s.