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What a $1.7M, three-bedroom Atlanta townhome looks like right now

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It’s the former model unit at St. Andrews, a Monte Hewett community in Buckhead Village

A row of townhomes in black and red brick with balconies and many windows, with grass in front in small strips.
The brick-built unit in question at 83 East Andrews Drive, No. 2, is the darker-hued one at left, with a terrace spanning the facade outside French doors.
Photography courtesy of Jeffrey Taylor Johnson, Above Atlanta Realtors

It might be a far cry from Atlanta’s most expensive townhome on the market at the moment, but this three-bedroom offering in Buckhead Village illustrates how attached homes that are roomy but not exactly monstrous are inching toward $2 million in certain places.

Standing three stories with an elevator, the property is part of the St. Andrews community by Monte Hewett Homes, finished in 2017 with 23 townhomes and nine cluster houses.

It’s situated off Roswell Road on East Andrews Drive, around the corner from landmarks that include Buckhead Theatre and Buckhead Saloon. It faces the Baja Mexican grill Chido and Padres across the street, beyond a couple of bike lanes, and counts strong walkability (WalkScore: 85).

A big white space with a kitchen and huge living room.
The second level of the former showroom reveals the pre-decorated living room, with reclaimed wood that echoes a half-bath on the same floor, en route to the kitchen.

As townhomes in proper rows go, it’s the priciest option in the area, now asking $1,749,700, as listed early this month with Above Atlanta Realtors. Monthly HOA fees are $275.

Finished in 2016, this once acted as the development’s model unit, and that panache (see: light fixtures especially) still shows among these 3,000 square feet.

Other numbers of note: some 10-foot ceilings, three and a half bathrooms, and one Whole Foods up the street.

The only previous sale was for $1.33 million in 2017. It’s been listed for as much as $1.8 million last summer, before being pulled from the market in October, records indicate.

A huge kitchen with much tile and huge appliances.
Tile to the ceiling and a Wolf range in what’s described as a gourmet kitchen.
A home with many windows and a cabinet with wine storage.
Around a corner from the kitchen, a rare example of built-in wine storage.
A wet bar in a master bedroom with many windows and curtains.
The master bedroom suite doesn’t come skimpy with walk-in closets (two; his and hers) or wet bars (this one).
A master bathroom with two sinks and a lot of marble on the floors and walls.
The marble-clad master bathroom.
A white bedroom with a huge chandelier.
Elaborate lighting continues in a secondary bedroom, one of three.
A big white room with wood floors and a chandelier.
A roomy “bonus” space at the terrace level, with a mudroom and the portal to upstairs.