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Glenwood Park custom crib with Atlanta skyline views requests $850K

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Near future Beltline, this 2006 home offers many upscale features expected in an intown “executive home.”

Three-story brick house surrounded by trees and shrubs.
No shortage of porches in urban-planned Glenwood Park.
PalmerHouse Properties

Created in 2006 for an original Glenwood Park builder, this six-bedroom, five-bathroom house comes with many amenities one would expect in a custom, three-story home.

Of course, there’s a butler’s pantry with wine cooler, what looks like a mini-kitchen with a second refrigerator, expansive custom closets, and, yes, even a large nanny suite. For the clothes horse, the master bedroom closet is almost as large as the secondary bedrooms.

And there are more than enough built-ins around the fireplace and in the living room. In fact, there doesn’t seem to be a lack of storage or shelf space throughout the house.

Because such big rooms are spread across three floors, the house seems much larger than its advertised 2,954 square feet.

Add in the outdoor spaces, and buyers will enjoy even more entertaining spots. Both the brick patio and the middle deck provide shady spots on hot summer days, while the master suite offers a private retreat to take in the Atlanta skyline.

One drawback is that, while nice, some aspects such as the bathroom tiling and countertops seem to holler, “2006!”

There’s even a stone courtyard off the main floor, which appears to be the only yard of any kind on the lot. Plus, per the listing, the home purchase includes a pool membership to the Glenwood Park swimming pool.

The house is just steps from the Beltline’s forthcoming (one day) Southside Trail, and close to many restaurants, plus Grant Park and Zoo Atlanta. It’ll also be near upcoming Memorial Drive developments on the horizon, provided they become reality.

All in all, the asking price of $850,000 is on target for the size and features of the house as well as its location.

Even so, potential buyers may need to be “executives” themselves to garner financing from the bank.