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Claim this ‘premier’ Ansley Park home for a hefty $3M

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Can three levels of living space and more than 6,000 square feet achieve what’s a high price, even for this neighborhood?

Two-story home with covered front porch.
Curb appeal carries “premier” price tag.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International

Occupying a desirable Ansley Park lot, this 2008 house boasts the “highest finishes and architectural detail,” per marketing materials.

That seems to equate to beamed ceilings, recessed lighting, built-in shelves, and plenty of windows and daylight transoms.

In fact, thanks to those many windows and transoms, natural light suffuses just about every room in this massive—but comfortable—house.

But dwellers had better make sure to close those drapes at night because the neighbors are literally right outside the windows.

With 6,194 square feet, there’s more than ample room for entertaining as well, from the spacious front porch to the covered back deck and the outdoor loggia complete with fireplace. Of course, the expansive wine cellar in the finished basement also is a nice addition for entertaining—or not.

Outdoor enthusiasts should love the property’s convenient location, situated between Ansley and McClatchey parks, with Piedmont Park and the Beltline just down the street.

The listing claims there’s enough room in the backyard for a swimming pool, but that artificial turf would have to go first.

The asking price of $2,990,000 million is at the top end of the market for recently sold homes in the area.

Although similar properties are listed for close to this ask, they continue to linger on the market with no forthcoming offers after nearly six months.

Time will tell if this property suffers the same fate.