Touted in the listing as “better than new modern custom,” this 2007 house in Home Park near Georgia Tech certainly has much to boast about in its 3,744 square feet of space.
The open floor plan includes a kitchen that spills over into a two-story great room complete with wood pellet stove, living room, and dining area.
Massive windows fill the room with natural light, which is maximized by the monotone wall palette that reflects the light throughout the space.
Other features available for the $825,000 asking price include three bedrooms, each with a private bath, and a full in-law suite over the garage that could double as a guest suite or Airbnb rental.
Recent updates and upgrades throughout the house include new interior and exterior paint, refinished hardwood floors, a new deck, professional landscaping, and the master bath, which obviously received the most attention.
Rivaling many day spas, this bathroom now holds a two-sided double vanity, a glass-walled walk-in shower, and a large soaking tub.
The highlight of the property is the third floor: This entertainment space features a built-in bar plus a glass garage door that opens to the rooftop terrace, providing striking views of Midtown.
The home’s modern exterior can be credited to such building materials as the metal roof, concrete siding, and stucco.
In fact, the house is eerily reminiscent of another tri-level contemporary Home Park property located just a few streets over on Barnes Street. Could this be the start of a new trend?
- 388 Richards St. NW [Atlanta Intown Real Estate Services]