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Inside Buckhead’s exceptionally swank ‘Boulevard at Lenox’ townhomes

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$1.25M model unit includes awe-inspiring “sky terrace” in traffic-heavy locale

A pair of swanky new townhouses near Lindbergh in Buckhead.
The model unit, at left.
Beacham & Company

Since the earliest renderings, a pocket of contemporary townhomes called The Boulevard at Lenox has promised an exceptional level of swankiness, even by Buckhead standards.

By the looks of the model unit, those predictions are coming to fruition.

A full listing for residence No. 1, an end-unit, has recently emerged, showing a four-level property with an elevator that spans more than 3,700 square feet and counts one posh, Suzanne Bozeman-designed space after next.

Note the walls of white-painted brick and beautifully treated wood-plank accents, the Thermador appliances, and multiple outdoor options that include a sundeck and “rooftop sky terrace” with a fireplace and outdoor kitchen. (The Coyote grill up there has a range hood, which isn’t exactly standard for Atlanta).

Other perks include the floating staircase, prewiring for electric-car charging stations, the included audio/visual package, and an unexpected dose of top-floor skylights. Not too shabby.

Such things don’t come cheap, and the $1.25 million listing price (plus $400 monthly HOA fees) isn’t. Other units on the market here are priced at $929,000 and $1.19 million (under contract).

For so much space, three bedrooms seems rather scant—though the unit appears generally better suited for socializing than sleeping.

Designed by Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein Architects, the gated, 10-unit project replaces a long-derelict home on Lenox Road near Sidney Marcus Boulevard.

The interstate-accessible location isn’t exactly a pedestrian’s dream, as reflected by the lackluster, “somewhat walkable” 52 WalkScore.

But who would really want to leave anyway?