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At $1.9M, large Ansley Park modern from 2010 is called timeless and refined

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Three-story contemporary is a rare example of LEED Silver-certified home in Georgia, per the listing

A modern home with large stucco panels and glass on a hilly lot.
How 6,300 square feet are arranged atop a gently sloped lot at 140 Barksdale Drive NE.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

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.

A kitchen with view across the neighborhood with wood and white cabinetry.
A blend of dark woods and light cabinetry in the main kitchen area.

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.

A glass-walled room with teardrop pendants
A flexible space with teardrop pendants at one end of the courtyard.
A large bathroom with a wooden counter and toilet at right.
Downstairs bathroom.
A massive living room with wooden and white walls and a tv a left.
Towering ceilings and built-in shelving in a living space at the front of the house.
A soaring living room space highlighted by an orange sculpture.
A view from upstairs over the main living area, toward the neighborhood’s eponymous park down the street.
A master bedroom with huge windows looking at trees and a metallic ceiling fan overhead.
High ceilings and verdant views are integral to this upstairs bedroom.
A large bathroom with wood cabinetry and long sink vanity.
Treetop views continue in an upstairs bathroom.
A large modern home with wood slats and stucco and a green pool.
The property’s outdoor nucleus and water feature.
A white room with speakers on the far wall and carpet beneath.
A media room at basement level.
A drone image of a leafy neighborhood and roofs, with Midtown sky rises beyond.
The distinctive roof, in relation to Midtown.