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For $2.7M, discounted Chastain Park new-build is goliath showcase of restraint

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With 7,500 square feet near park, pricey dwelling described as “the perfect 10” yet struggles to sell

A photo of a massive nearly $3 million house for sale near Atlanta’s Chastain Park.
The imposing yet restrained facade.
Beacham & Company

With its vaguely industrial windows, lack of decorative flourishes, and street presence that could be called massively restrained, this huge new-build up the street from Chastain Park isn’t your typical intown manse.

Yet its uniqueness hasn’t worked in its favor thus far, as the six-bedroom goliath has lingered on the market for nearly 10 months, in a land of homes also priced in the $2 million range or much, much higher.

Collectively, these 7,500 square feet are described as “the perfect 10,” tucked in a cul-de-sac subdivision maybe a one-minute chauffeured ride from the park’s edge.

Inside, the loaded butler’s pantry alone could make other luxe kitchens tremble with feelings of insignificance. Beside a living space accented with rustic beams, the kitchen includes a beefy Wolf range, steam oven, and Sub-Zero fridge and freezer, as it should at this price point.

Upstairs, find a half-barrel vaulted ceiling in the master’s lair, which also boasts a wet bar. The glass-enclosed master shower—offering at least six heads—qualifies as sprawling.

Downstairs, in the daylight basement, find a blank-slate movie theater room and that rare wine cellar that looks more Vegas cool than Tuscany ostentatious.

Another perk is the three-car garage. But a drawback, for sure, is the “huge yard ready for [a] pool” that doesn’t bother to offer a pool, despite the price.

Speaking of, records indicate the property was finished in 2017 and initially listed last March at $2.75 million.

The new price, as of this week, is $2,695,000.