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Asking $1.9M, Brookhaven modern hires Christmas-light installers to boost appeal

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The ho-ho-home spans an immense 5,500 square feet near Town Brookhaven

A large white modern house with a lot of Christmas lights added to it.
1546 Windsor Parkway NE is said to have a Los Angeles feel—now made jollier.
SET Real Estate Group; Compass; photography by Joshua Bartolotti

As an indication of where prices in this sovereign ITP city have gone, this new-build modern is one of a half-dozen Brookhaven listings asking north of $1.8 million right now—but the only home that isn’t decidedly traditional in style.

And it’s probably the only one to add Christmas lights as a sales tactic.

According to Mike Toltzis of SET Real Estate Group, a team of local professionals was recently hired to install Christmas lights along the home’s substantial exterior, aiming for a festive touch.

Clocking in at 5,500 square feet, which allows for six bedrooms and six full bathrooms, the illuminated property listed in recent days for $1,899,000.

With a geometric array of commercial-grade windows, a three-car garage, and a generous lot, the house stands just north of the Town Brookhaven community off Peachtree Road, in the Oglethorpe Estates subdivision.

A white entry foyer with a staircase at right.
White oak flooring, custom commercial windows, and several instances of shiplap begin off the main entry.

According to Toltzis, it’s the only new-construction modern priced between $1.6 and $2.5 million across Brookhaven and Buckhead right now.

While this example of the genre might not be every million-dollar buyer’s cup of tea, it’s described as a “modern masterpiece” with a flat commercial roof that lends a Los Angeles-type feel overall.

Moving inside, the 12-foot ceilings will please fans of airy layouts, while a huge custom fireplace surround made of walnut lends a sleek, unique touch.

Perks continue on the main level with Thermador appliances and a covered porch large enough for doing just about anything. An unexpected highlight is the basement, which is not only finished but outfitted with a bar, bedroom suite, and access to a covered veranda.

To the extent that it matters, the WalkScore from this location, marketed as being the heart of Brookhaven, is a car-dependent 23. That’s one drawback of homes in districts with so much land, with privacy being the upside.

Back in 2017, the home’s split-level predecessor on the half-acre lot sold for $460,000.

A black-clad dining room and a kitchen area with a sink.
The dining room and a secondary food-prep space.
A kitchen with wooden cabinets and white walls.
Where the main living room meets the kitchen, with access to a truly large, covered back deck.
A white living room with huge windows and a white ceiling fan.
More patio access off the living room, with its contemporary walnut built-ins.
A white bathroom clad in marble, with a toilet and glass shower.
One of six full bathrooms.
A large bedroom with many windows and white walls.
Master bedroom. Opposite the bed is the coffee bar.
A white and black bathroom space with a white tub.
The master bathroom’s oversized dual-entry shower, with rainfall heads and a standalone tub.
A finished basement space with white walls and wood steps.
Down to the finished basement, with a bar.
A long white and black porch with many windows.
The back porch.
A white and black modern house with Christmas lights.
A look at window arrangements, garage entries, and festive lights.
A sloped backyard from behind a white modern home.
From the sloped backyard, where the listing notes there’s room for a pool.