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What million-dollar new construction in walkable Oakhurst offers right now

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The first living option at the “Elle at Oakhurst” project in this Decatur subsection has reached the market

A row of houses shown in a rendering with a blacktop street in front.
Priced at $1 million is the option at far right, per floorplans.
Renderings, design by Turco McCarthy Architecture, courtesy of Cablik Enterprises, Compass

Housing options at a multifaceted Oakhurst development are starting to reach the open market, lending an idea how far a million bucks goes in the sought-after Decatur subdistrict right now.

The “Elle at Oakhurst” project is taking shape along College Avenue and Mead Road, between Thankful Missionary Baptist Church and The Imperial restaurant and pub, replacing a large surface parking lot.

Cablik Enterprises officials told Curbed Atlanta last year that Elle will comprise three large single-family homes and 10 townhomes—four of those being live-work units that face College Avenue.

The first of those houses, dubbed “The McCoy,” is priced at $1 million even, as recently listed with Compass. It’s expected to finish construction this spring.

Expect five bedrooms and four bathrooms in 3,318 square feet—and no shortage of sitting rooms.

A rendering of a large white space with a kitchen and living room.
Planned look for the centerpiece living space of more than 3,300 square feet.

Interiors are described as “beautifully appointed and professionally designed,” with highlights being a chef’s kitchen and screened porch off the master that’s purportedly “to die for.”

It happens to be Oakhurst’s most expensive listing at the moment—and the only listed for more than $850,000—although well over a dozen large houses have traded for north of $1 million the past few years.

Priced from the $700,000s, the townhomes will span about 2,600 square feet with three bedrooms, developers have said.

The listing for Elle’s first available home points to walkable attractions spanning from Oakhurst Village, Revolution Donuts (two blocks east), an elementary school three doors down, and the middle and high schools up the street.

A white master bathroom with a very large mirror.
Master bathroom.
A set of floorplans, with a brown backdrop.
Two-story floorplans for 121 Mead Road.
A row of townhomes on a busy street, with white and brick facades.
Four of 10 townhomes will be live-work units, as seen along College Avenue.
A row of white and grey townhomes along a roadway.
Another variation of townhomes planned along Mead Road.