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Atlanta’s most expensive townhome includes a six-car garage, $500K discount

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In central Buckhead, the Waldorf Astoria’s Villa 2 is asking $3.75 million along Peachtree Road

An off white townhome with a rusted gate in front.
Villa 2’s highly secured main entry point and green space at 3376 Peachtree Road NE.
Hirsh Real Estate; images via

Amid the high-dollar splendors of Peachtree Road, in a Buckhead hot zone of deluxe high-rise living, a townhome property at Waldorf Astoria’s base is being marketed as a once-in-a-lifetime chance.

“There never has been, and there likely never will be, anything quite like this exceptional opportunity,” reads the Hirsh Real Estate promotion, via “This villa far exceeds developer specifications,” and despite having been finished in 2018, it comes “in better-than-new condition... pristine and ready for immediate move-in.”

Does the townhome—the priciest in all of Atlanta right now at $3.75 million—live up to its five-star billing? Let’s see.

The numbers certainly impress, beginning with a garage beneath the property, serviced by its private elevator, with room for a fleet of six vehicles.

As townhomes go, that might be a record.

Elsewhere are three private terraces, one manicured garden, and a 24-hour concierge that helps guard the place, along with biometric security.

An outdoor area outside a townhome with many trees.
Designed by Boxwoods, the villa’s front yard, so to speak, includes a stone path, water feature, row of apple trees, and a biometric-secured gate.

There are four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms among 4,589 square feet, with every inch of it customized by noted designer Phoebe Howard and her team, per the listing. The overall style, you might say, befits the hotel brand.

Villa 2 initially graced the market in September; a $500,000 price cut in recent weeks has brought it down to its current ask. (It’s also worth nothing the monthly HOA commitment, which is comparable to several plebeian mortgage notes, is $3,416.)

It’s one of just two Atlanta townhouses seeking more than $3 million right now, and the asking price exceeds the closest competitor’s by $550,000.

A winding stairwell and foyer with art on the walls in a large townhome.
Inside the nearly 4,600-square-foot space is this winding stairwell and foyer.
A huge white living room in a townhouse in Atlanta.
The main living room includes a wet bar and sleek fireplace.
A foyer, bathroom, and study under white ceilings in a townhome.
A selection of interior spaces under 11-foot ceilings.
A huge white kitchen with white walls and big windows.
Handcrafted cabinetry with metal frames, a breakfast nook with a banquette, and the center island of thick marble highlight the airy kitchen.
A white master bedroom with a huge white bed and white bathroom.
Around the master bedroom and bath.
A rear terrace on a townhome with a fireplace and four chairs.
The rear terrace, with fireplace, joins two more private balconies off bedrooms above.
A six-car garage with white walls that includes a workshop space and Tesla charger.
Serviced by the private elevator, the six-car garage, which wouldn’t look out of place beneath a small commercial building, includes a workshop space and Tesla charger.