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In Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park, $5.3M remodel hailed as ‘modern work of art’

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Behold more than $1M in landscaping alone

The facade tucked off Tuxedo Road, just east of Northside Drive.
The facade tucked off Tuxedo Road, just east of Northside Drive.
Photograph via Hirsh Real Estate, Buckhead.com

One of Buckhead’s most notable modern-traditional amalgamations has returned to the market with a fresh face.

Fronting Tuxedo Road, the 6,749-square-foot property blends an early 1970s house with striking contemporary facets added in recent years. It last traded for $2 million in September 2017, according to property records.

Since then, it’s been simplified with a cleaner interior aesthetic and exterior adjustments to windows and more. The result? A “work of modern art” that’s “finer than anything you could dream up for yourself,” according to the Hirsh Real Estate Group listing.

Offered this week at $5,295,000, although it’s not quite finished, the remodel counts five bedrooms and five full bathrooms, plus two half-baths.

Using woods to warm up steel windows and so much white, the project was a collaboration by Benecki Fine Homes, interior designer Melanie Turner, and architects Ruard Veltman and William T. Baker.

As of right now, 3627 Tuxedo Road joins about 15 finished single-family homes listed north of $5 million on Atlanta’s open market. All of them are in—or adjacent to—Buckhead.

But $5M+ Atlanta properties aren’t always the easiest sell, no matter how artful. Only a half-dozen houses have achieved that amount in the past year.

A steel, pivoting door welcomes in visitors from a limestone courtyard. The use of Venetian plaster throughout the main floor is meant to soothe.
Marble and custom cabinetry in the kitchen.
A breakfast nook like few others.
Living room views toward a patio and pool, through more frames of steel.
The master bedroom, a gallery of huge windows.
The main bedroom’s glass walls overlook the pool and so many trees.
Steelwork continues in the shower surrounds of the master bathroom.
A metallic standalone tub and ... his-and-her loos?
The terrace level’s bar, ping-pong table, and pivoting glass wall.
The three-car, side-entry garage and more traditional architectural elements.
How modern additions were melded with the existing structure.