Welcome to the realization of your New Year's Resolution. That sound you here is everything inside you saying, "let me live the screened-in-back-porch-overlooking-the-pool-and-private,-enclosed-backyard-beyond life." Yes, I heard it, too. To top it off, because I know this style always catches your eye, there's even a classic Craftsman-inspired home built in 2014 and remodeled and enlarged in 2020 stunningly situated up off the street. The double-height foyer from beyond the pretty stone front porch heralds the happiness of being home, of hosting guests, of having meals in the eat-in kitchen that flanks the family room and porch. The entire right side of the house offers options for a second family room and formal or not-so-formal dining and you won't believe there's also an office and bedroom suite on the main level. The second floor features two bathrooms and three secondary bedrooms plus the primary suite with a sweet view of the pool that is only overshadowed by two wonderful walk-in closets and the biggest spa-like bathroom around. Something about a side entry (2-car) garage always speaks to you, and as you enter you're amazed by the ease of having a back entryway with built-ins, a sink and second fridge hook-up. Not a thing overlooked, there's a generator and extensive storage accessible via permanent stairs above the main level bedroom suite so you have all the necessary conveniences covered. I don't think you'd ever actually have to leave.I get that this has all got to be too much goodness to take in at once, but let me sprinkle on just a smidge more and maybe it's the most meaningful part. It's nestled into the horseshoe bend of a calm neighborhood street and tucked into the tremendous tree canopy that envelopes Frazier-Rowe Park, Arbor Montessori, Cliff Valley, The Globe Academy, a multi-use trail path and the dining and shopping offered in the Oak Grove neighborhood. It's amazing to be hardly half a mile from Oak Grove Elementary, and Lakeside High and Coralwood School are just on either side. I-85 is a mere two miles west when you want to hop over to Sam's Club, CHOA, REI or I-285 and Emory/CDC campuses are less than five miles south. Upon your return you'll notice neighbors strolling babies and playing with pets, riding bikes and bouncing balls. You'll sense the peace within the serene sounds of nature, and you'll know you're at home, happy.