No, it's not available to buy.
In fact, it's a fake advertisement. Here's a list of everything that's been available on Morning Glory in the past 180 days: http://mrislistings.mris.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?ID=37
First, there are no 4 bedroom/6 bathroom properties. There was one 4 bedroom/5.5 bath property.
If that's the property in question, it wasn't for sale for $633,171. It was listed for $749,900 and sold for $780,000.
It wasn't listed 6 days ago (July 8). It was listed on May 11.
It's not available. The sale closed on June 18--nearly a month ago.
Now, if that's not the property, there was a 4 bed/4 bath that sold for $918,155 on April 23.
Or a couple of 5 bed/4.5 baths that both sold for above $800,000.
There was one property that was available as a short sale for $699,000 that's been withdrawn. It was last bought in 2006 for $945,900, with a mortgage of $662,130 . . . and we know that RealtyTrac often just picks up the outstanding mortgage when it suggests a "price." However, it was a 6 bed/5.5 bath, so that doesn't match RealtyTrac's ad, either. However, it is listed as having 4,056 square feet, which is the same as the RealtyTrac ad. So that really might be the closest. Problem, though: That's the one that sold for $780,000 a month ago.
However, as usual, the RealtyTrac ad really doesn't match up with anything that is, or has been, on the market.
If you need more information, please feel free to contact me.