It’s all about the great outdoors at this modern home in Ansley Park described as “iconic.”
Filled with expansive walls of glass, it’s no wonder the home overflows with tons of natural light and panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
There’s the glass pivot living room doors overlooking an “outdoor oasis” complete with lap pool. Also a wall of glass in the family room that opens to the backyard. Even the two-car garage contains glass doors.
And if the “outdoor oasis” and backyard aren’t enough al fresco spaces, the master bedroom opens up to its own private rooftop terrace.
Despite all that wide-open access to the outside world, the landscaping provides a good amount of privacy, even with the pool area facing the street.
Inside the 2,692-square-foot home, find plenty of features to appeal to modern enthusiasts. Think Dada cabinets and Miele appliances, sleek built-in shelving, eclectic and recessed lighting, vessel sinks, and lots and lots of tile.
Several listings for this house state it was built in 1946, but it actually appears to be a rebuild constructed between 2004, when the property sold for $410,300, and 2008, when it was listed for sale at $1,345,000.
As such, the current asking price of $1,499,000 is on par with the neighborhood, especially given its close—but not necessarily walkable—proximity to Piedmont Park, the Beltline, the High Museum, and other Midtown dining hotspots and attractions.
- 41 Beverly Road N.E. [Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty]