Listed for the first time since it was built nine years ago, this three-story modern in the shadow of Midtown stands out with a cantilevered roofline, lording over a bank of trees along hilly Barksdale Drive.
An earlier work by Atlanta architecture firm Dencity, this 6,300-square-footer is found in the heart of Ansley Park, a stone’s throw from the neighborhood’s namesake green space.
It’s a stucco-clad four bedroom with expansive walls of glass at every turn. And per the listing, it’s one of a few homes in all of Georgia to achieve LEED Silver certification.
Marketed as a confluence of simplicity, timelessness, and refinement, it listed this week with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty for $1,899,900.
So much volume could have benefited from staging, especially at this price point, but the dramatic proportions certainly impress.
A courtyard with a water feature and large deck provides a central focus point, and two wings—one described as public, the other private—stem off that.
A media room downstairs lends a cozier space. And the garage fits four cars.
At the moment, the property lands in the top five of priciest Ansley Park listings.