Designed by Atlanta architect Yong Pak, this six-bedroom, eight-bath mansion in Brookhaven features a floorplan the listing states is filled with “oversized living spaces that are ideal for entertaining.”
With almost 8,000 square feet total, “oversized” could be an understatement.
Of course, there are the traditional entertaining spaces with an enormous kitchen and the equally large family room that opens off the kitchen. Both rooms definitely contain more than enough space for family members and (several dozen) friends to mingle.
But the real draws for entertaining are the home theater, not one but two recreation rooms, and, for smaller gatherings, the wine cellar.
Opportunities for entertaining spill into the backyard—complete with a covered back deck—to another outdoor space with a fireplace under the deck, and to the terrace surrounding the heated saltwater swimming pool (which, by the way, looks a bit underwhelming for a home of this size).
With Atlanta’s mostly mild weather, this home is primed to welcome visitors year-round.
Although the current asking price of $3,495,000 is on the high end for Brookhaven, it’s better (for buyers) than the original ask of $3,850,000 when the house was first listed in 2016.
For buyers willing to take a “wait and see” approach, logic says there could be price cuts in the future—unless the right, deep-pocketed entertainer comes along.
- 3799 Vermont Road N.E. [Ansley Atlanta Real Estate]