The bachelorette pad actress and activist Jane Fonda created after divorcing Ted Turner has come to market for the first time since she offloaded it.
Crowning Poncey-Highland’s Copenhill Lofts building, the massive space counts 4,764 square feet, a four-car garage, remarkable views of Atlanta’s skyline and “postcard sunsets,” and something Fonda didn’t have: steps-away proximity to the Beltline.
Named for a former Atlanta neighborhood once located where the Carter Center stands, the 40-unit Copenhill Lofts was a frontrunner in the area’s multifamily boom when it opened in 2000. Fonda bought early, and she didn’t pinch pennies on the property’s buildout.
There's a library wall (with ladder) downstairs, multiple fireplaces, a spa bath in the master, with stone flooring (and track lighting) for miles. The three ensuite bedrooms include a guest suite on the main level.
The location affords “an Atlanta sunset like no other, viewed through the walls of windows that frame the entire city skyline and illumine the property with natural light,” said agent Marc Castillo of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, who listed the property for $1,829,000 this week.
Another consideration is the $1,390 monthly HOA fee.
Records indicate the condo last traded for $1.1 million in 2012, after having been listed as high as $4.5 million, which is reportedly what Fonda had spent on its purchase and buildout.