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Atop Buckhead’s Waldorf Astoria, CEO couple’s lavish condo requests $2.7M

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“It truly is one of a kind,” relays the listing agent

A lavish condo high in the sky with two large blue couches.
Plush furnishings and top-flight lighting abound at 3376 Peachtree Road NE, No. 39B.
Ansley Atlanta Real Estate

Atlanta condo hunters with executive-level budgets who’ve grown tired of concrete-box aesthetics could find much to applaud at this new listing atop the Waldorf Astoria Atlanta, one of Buckhead’s most refined hotels.

The ambiance at this 3,541-square-foot flat is described as being superb, and the overall style magnificent. It’s asking $2.69 million.

The sellers are a pair of CEOs who flew in their own (anonymous) photographer from Los Angeles for the listing’s photo shoot, says listing agent Ben Harris, a Realtor with Ansley Atlanta Real Estate.

“They own homes around the world, and all are at least to the same standards as this one,” Harris tells Curbed Atlanta. “It truly is one of a kind.”

A white hallway with mirrored artwork.
Branching off the condo’s grand foyer.

Beyond an art-bedecked foyer, the condo features 11-foot ceilings, a huge main living space with a wet bar and dining room, and an overall aesthetic that’s lavish without being stuffy. Perks include the custom Lutron shades, embedded sound system, and light fixtures befitting the Waldorf Astoria brand.

Sprawling room sizes render the bedroom count to three, and bathrooms to three and a half.

HOA fees are listed at just shy of $2,800 per month. On the bright side, that would include access to Waldorf Astoria amenities (the spa and indoor pool are an elevator ride away) and service described in the listing as unparalleled.

Next door, the new Icon Buckhead apartment tower—the neighborhood’s tallest in more than a decade—wasn’t kind to all views, but sweeping vistas of trees, sunsets, and Buckhead high-rises remain throughout. Especially from the rounded terrace, with its grill, TV, and fireplace.

Property records indicate the most recent sale was for $2.35 million, three years ago this month.

A white and blue living room with a fancy chandeliers.
A fireside sitting area off the main living room, where regal drapes continue.
A bar space with alcohol bottles at right.
The living room bar.
A broad look at a living room with white and blue walls.
A collective look at the aforementioned spaces.
A blue and white hallway with butterfly art at right.
Hallway branching off to other rooms and sculptures.
A white and blue kitchen with a huge pending lights in the middle.
In the dual-sink kitchen, find Miele appliances, sufficient wall space for more art, and a stone island with waterfall edges.
A blue and white master bedroom with a chandelier.
Dramatic lighting continues in the master bedroom, which has two TVs and views over Phipps Plaza.
A large white master bathroom with city views.
Master bathroom.
A white bedroom with a soft bed.
A full secondary bedroom suite (the second of three) described as “grand.”
A huge beige terrace with skyline views.
Southward views and a grilling option from the terrace.