Before you “Google Map” it, 1611 Mount Vernon Forest Court is a touch east of Dunwoody (just off the 400 corridor, only a little ways from Sandy Springs, in that trendy part of North-of-Atlanta). You already have an idea of what we’re talking about: a mid-century split level that’s bricks-on-the-bottom with an oversized garage at the base of a cul-de-sac that’s big enough for a tricycle to make a ‘where-they-going?’ turn. It’s the street that the kids will tell their new college friends they grew up on (soon enough). 1611 Mount Vernon Forest Court is that picture of 4-bed/3-bath late-century idealism. When you walk through the front door and to the left? You’ve got your choice of dining areas: the windowed one where you have guests over. Or the little one, where you enjoy the efforts of experimenting with French Toast on any given Saturday. To the right, the ample family area, or the fireplace-equipped, wood-lined, and muted-toned living space — in either case, there’s the kitchen. Recently modernized, including painted gray cabinets, tile backsplash, and just waiting for your finishing touch. (For what it’s worth, the Downstairs has a huge laundry room. Hang a painting, put on Spotify, and actually enjoy folding clothes.) Upstairs, a modular plan consists of four beds and two full baths. The Primary Suite achieves its goal; the remaining three bedrooms each have their own ample closet spaces — one of these rooms will be your home office for the win, no doubt. 1611 is one of those recent-decade masterpieces that has adapted impeccably into the 2020s — modular, flexible, and ready to meld to what a modern family has to offer. The rest? Entirely up to you.