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.