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At nearly $4M, condo sold in Buckhead is this year’s priciest

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It hurdles a 3,200-square-foot unit at the St. Regis for the title

a picture of the living room view
At the 56th floor, the views are virtually endless.
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Just before 2019’s midway point, a sprawling condo in Buckhead has claimed the title of Atlanta’s priciest sold this year.

At 3376 Peachtree Road, in the Waldorf Astoria building, the three-bed, four-bath unit claimed $3.95 million at the end of May, according to Engel & Volkers Atlanta’s listing.

The full-floor residence, spanning 4,863 square feet, is on the high-rise residential tower’s 56th floor, offering vast views of Buckhead and beyond.

Designed by Harrison Design Associates, the unit was billed as the new standard for “an ultra-luxurious, tailor-made Buckhead private residence.”

The master bedroom offers nearly floor-to-ceiling windows.

The hefty price tag comes with a hot tub, pool access, 10-foot ceilings, and high-end appliances, among other luxury accouterments.

It’s also just a block from the Buckhead MARTA station, as well as the whole slate of neighborhood dining and shopping options.

The nearly $4 million figure leapfrogs another Buckhead residence for the honor of being 2019’s most expensive condo sold in Atlanta.

In April, a 3,200-square-foot unit at the St. Regis Residences, on West Paces Ferry Road, commanded $3.3 million, according to Estately.

And last year, another condo in the Waldorf—just one floor down from the one sold in May—wooed about $3.8 million.

A living area just outside the master bedroom.
The master bathroom.
The master bathroom.
Sprawling views abound in another bedroom.
Another sleek bathroom.
The kitchen, peering into the dining area.
The kitchen island and dining area.
The kitchen, like most of the condo, takes in a lot of natural light.
A third bedroom.
The living room, with windows galore.
The Waldorf Astoria tower.
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