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Highly detailed, positively huge new-build in Ansley Park aims for ambitious $3.8M

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In the shadow of Midtown, the neighborhood’s priciest listing at the moment is a 6,000-square-foot canvas

A new white home with a landscaped, terrace front yard with a city’s high-rises behind it.
The terraced, manicured front yard and Midtown backdrop at 230 Peachtree Circle.
Harry Norman Realtors; photography by Drone Media Solutions

Zillow defines a mansion as a single home spanning somewhere north of 5,000 square feet. But does the description apply when the property in question fits its context and—consciously or not—disguises its size?

That’s the case on Ansley Park’s Peachtree Circle, where this newly built five-bedroom traditional bring details to mimic the neighbors and pricing that aims to set records.

Listed last week at $3.8 million, the four-level residence replaces a million-dollar teardown. It’s described now as stylistically stunning and geographically convenient, with attractions spanning from the High Museum to the Eastside Trail “just steps” away, per the Harry Norman Realtors listing.

For all its prestige, records indicate just one other Ansley Park home—an 8,100-square-foot traditional “landmark” property that fetched $3.75 million in 2017—has sold for remotely this much in recent years.

Only one other residence, a 1912 renovation marketed as Ansley Park’s “signature home,” has scored north of $3 million.

On Peachtree Circle, staging could obviously warm the interiors, especially in January, but at 6,000 square feet even, it’d require a showroom’s worth of temporary furnishings.

A white hall space with inlaid hardwood floors.
Attention to detail is seen off the home’s entry with inlaid flooring, balusters, and decorative windows.

Extra care went into hardwoods described as “flawless,” window choices, and tile work throughout. It counts five and a half bathrooms, a saltwater pool, and one grand master suite, with his and her walk-in closets, a steam shower, and city views from the huge balcony.

Beneath it all is a sprawling terrace level with a fireplace, full bath, and room for building out another private space—should 6,000 square feet not suffice.

A long white galley kitchen with glass cabinets.
A butler’s pantry—or secondary, galley kitchen—off the main kitchen.
A white dining room with a family room with fireplace in the background.
A family room with a beefy wood and gas fireplace stems off the kitchen.
A white kitchen with a big range hood and pendants.
A 48-inch Wolfe range, SubZero fridge, and quartz countertops in the kitchen’s main prep area.
French doors leading out to a balcony.
Beyond the master bedroom is a sprawling balcony with recessed speakers and views across the pool to Midtown.
A huge white marble bathroom with a window to the city.
The marble-clad master bathroom’s steam shower.
A white bathroom with a circular window at right.
Midtown views from a secondary bathroom’s circular window.
A huge white basement area with concrete floors.
Moldings continue in this part of the home’s huge (mostly) finished basement.
A pool behind a huge white home shown at night.
French doors in the downstairs family room lead back to a saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen with a wood fireplace, pool house with a full bath, and a two-car garage.
A drone’s image above a row of houses and a large city beyond.
At bottom center, the home’s deep lot is shown in context with the northern reaches of Midtown.
A large white traditional house set back on a large yard.
The home’s razed predecessor, as seen in 2016. It sold to an LLC named Ansley Lots two years ago for $1.15 million, according to property records.
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