Imagine the afterparties this place could have hosted during Buckhead Village’s roaring heyday.
Located about two blocks from what used to be Buckhead’s raucous bar district—now Jamestown Properties’ revised, mixed-use Buckhead Village shopping mecca—the custom-built Garden Hills residence listed this week for $1.99 million.
Scattered throughout are big rooms and outdoor spaces well-suited for any Buckhead socialite. But the cherry on this three-level cake could be the most expansive private rooftop we’ve ever seen on a single Atlanta house.
Described as “stunning” and meticulously built, the home spans three stories atop an unfinished basement, with three bedrooms, three and ½ bathrooms, and no shortage of huge windows for letting the light shine in across so much wide-plank flooring. Listing services and property records peg the square footage at 3,340 square feet.
It was last sold by Alpine Homes three years ago for $1.45 million when new, according to property records.
With its lounges, lawn, bar, and yes, teepee, the rooftop is aptly described as “a total retreat.” The address itself carries a 91 Walk Score rating, earning it “walker’s paradise” status, which reflects the nearby shopping and eateries and Frankie Allen Park next door.
Additional perks include Google App-controlled security and temperature settings, Lutron lighting and dimmers, and the embedded Sonos speaker system found overhead in virtually every room and covered outdoor space.
Not surprisingly, it’s the second-priciest house on the market right now in tony Garden Hills, but it’s also among the largest and probably the most unique.
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