Condo hunters of Atlanta who favor ornamentation over minimalism—and who don’t mind wall murals—could find an interior-design jackpot at this lovely old building overlooking Piedmont Park.
The ornamentation begins with the clay-tile roof at this 1910 structure on Piedmont Avenue, where arched windows preview a theme—arches!—consistent throughout Unit #3.
The condo is actually two units that were “seamlessly combined” to bring a roomy 2,970 square feet and a floorplan that’s hardly, well, humdrum.
One highpoint is that three sides of the flat have windows, which explains that natural glow.
Collectively, it’s described as being reminiscent of a luxury flat in New York—with surprise columns, statement fireplace mantels, and at least two decadent bathrooms.
The parking is listed as detached and could be a single-spot situation, per some listing services. Included are two storage units and access to the building’s fitness dungeon.
The obviously strong 86 WalkScore could help salve the sting of another number: HOA fees listed as $700 monthly.
That could be a heavy consideration for buyers—even those with budgets to handle the $899,000 asking price.
- 1116 Piedmont Avenue NE Unit 3 [ATLANTA FINE HOMES SOTHEBYS INTERNATIONAL]