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What a $2.2M townhome in Ansley Park looks like right now

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Recently built Park Lane Residences has exacting standards—and some of Atlanta’s highest townhome prices ever

A tall white townhome is show with trees poking out around it and garages at left and right.
The 16 Park Lane unit in question, No. 16, is shown at back right.

Some of the priciest new townhomes Atlanta’s ever seen south of Buckhead are ready for their closeup, promising the “ideal intown living experience” within shouting distance of Piedmont Park.

Unit 16 has come to market this week at the Park Lane Residences, a European-influenced enclave of four homes that simultaneously aims for coziness and opulence. Compass has the listing at $2,195,000.

Topped by wood shingles and clad in brick, the Pritchett + Dixon-designed community is tucked off The Prado, a few doors west of Atlanta Botanical Garden.

The listing states that Atlanta-based contractor Hammersmith built each residence “to the most exacting standards,” and like the layout, the craftsmanship looks commendable, from the arched doorways and outdoor fireplaces to a surprise beam in the screened, elevated porch.

Speaking of, this four-bedroom property has nearly as many outdoor entertaining spaces as sleeping quarters, including a rooftop deck linked by French doors to both the master bedroom and luxe master bathroom (with heated floors). It’s one of four full bathrooms, plus two half-baths.

Each townhouse has an elevator to all four levels, 10-foot ceilings, and appliances by Thermador and Bosch. The square footage isn’t specified, but the listing indicates HOA dues are surprisingly nil.

Elsewhere around this pricey project, one five-bedroom residence went for $2.32 million in February—the Midtown area’s highest townhome sale in recent years and quite possibly in history.

A dining room with a square pendant overhead and stairs leading upstairs in the background.
A dining space off the entry gives an indication of lighting choices and the overall restrained, traditional aesthetic.
A kitchen with large steel pendants and a huge stove at left.
What’s described as a top-flight kitchen—with statement pendants.
A white walled living room with abstract art in black and white on the walls.
The main living space, with herringbone tiling in the fireplace and recessed speakers above.
A screened porch with a large sectional couch at left and a ceiling fan overhead.
A screened porch off the kitchen, beyond steel doors.
Stair with a mini kitchen on the back wall and white walls all around.
Stairs lead to the spacious master suite, with the elevator at left and rooftop access at right.
The master bathroom with marble floors and walls and a dual vanity near a huge mirror.
The master bathroom’s mirror reflects open French doors that unveil an elevated terrace.
A bedroom with white walls is shown with a bed at right, with a fluffy pillow and white sheets.
View of the rooftop hang’s fireplace, from bed.
An office with white walls and a beige couch with a flat screen tv on the wall.
A secondary bedroom arranged as an office and TV room.
Chairs and a couch are arranged around a fireplace with bushes beside them.
A stone-clad fireplace in the outdoor lounge at ground level.
A purplish large home surrounded by tree and leafy grasses on brick walkways.
The site’s former occupant was actually two fused residences from the early 1900s, which sold for $2.1 million in early 2016.
Dorsey Alston Real Estate