A home built in 1971 by the legendary architect responsible for Colony Square, the Carter Center, Carter Presidential Library, and that futuristic flying saucer on Monroe Drive just hit the market in Ansley Park.
Listed at $1.475 million, the 2,956-square-foot dwelling designed by the late Henri Jova has four bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a whole lot of fireplaces and wall mirrors — sometimes occupying the same space.
The listing specifically makes mention of the home’s 10-foot ceilings, as well as "lots of glass and great light, five fireplaces, beautiful bamboo floors, spacious master with his-and-hers baths and large closets, deep backyard with skyline view."
While certain aspects of the facade and interior look dated/80s-ish, the house overall has a very clean feel to it.
Jova died in 2014 in West Palm Beach, Fla., following a short illness. For more about his life’s work in Atlanta, read this.