Calling all buyers who can stomach association dues of $3,049 monthly, this full-floor Residences at the Mandarin Oriental offering is a sophisticated, high-design showplace in the sky.
But despite the swoon-worthy fireplace surround, embedded ceiling lighting, decadent “wine wall,” and general look of classy modernism, the property has had trouble moving, as can be expected with an Atlanta condo in the $4-million stratosphere, even in Buckhead.
Per the listing, it’s the last full-floor residence available at this luxe, hotel-anchored tower. Its floorplan, the work of Harrison Design, counts four bedrooms, four and 1⁄2 bathrooms, and an immense 5,197 square feet—substantially larger than the biggest homes in many intown neighborhoods.
Perks include an elegant lobby and two sprawling terraces with built-in gas fireplaces and Wolf grills. Inside, find a quarry’s worth of marble, Waterworks fixtures, stylish lighting picks, Porcelanosa floors, and cabinetry in one bedroom that pivots to become a bathroom portal. Not too shabby.
Nonetheless, the flat has been listed as high as $4.3 million two years ago, and it’s undergone price adjustments down to $3.99 million this month. Records indicate the build-out may have happened last year.
The listing is careful to note that “pricing includes all finishes, appliances, and build-out”—as if they’d rip out the stoves and lights once a $4-million contract is inked.
- 3376 Peachtree Road NE Unit 52F [Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties]