Practically every room of this grand spread in Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park signals that it’s the domain of a sociable personality with a taste for interior design flair.
Located on coveted Blackland Road, just south of Chastain Park, it’s the home of Atlanta designer, author, and socialite Dannielle Rollins, offered this week through Dorsey Alston Realtors for $5,495,000.
As 13,000-square-foot manses on the tony side of town go, this one’s perky and playful throughout, without sacrificing a clear sense of refinement.
It offers six colorful bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, one mondo formal room, and a massive pro-grade kitchen with a breakfast room and butler’s pantry attached.
Other social aspects include the high-design full bar, wine room, striped game room, and the backyard pool’s cabana.
In a recent Atlanta magazine spotlight, Rollins described the Georgian-style estate—and in particular, its apartment-sized, whimsical master closet—as her dream home.
She worked with architect Bill Ingram to mold the property to her liking. It’s surprisingly from the seventies—as in, the 1970s.
Records indicate the residence last moved for $1.5 million in 2014, and that a transformational reno began that same year.
It joins about 20 other single-family homes across the City of Atlanta asking north of $5 million at the moment, but only a half dozen of those are priced below $6 million, which winnows the competition.