Sold after only 41 days on Market
Sold Price: $1,420,000.00
Architectural Digest Home in Buckhead Atlanta: One of the most stunning homes in renowned Peachtree Park in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. This exquisitely refined home could grace the pages of Architectural Digest.Meticulously built in 2005, this six bedroom, six and a half bath home offers a generous 5,306 square feet per appraisal. Best practices in architectural design are evident throughout and no detail has been overlooked in the stunning home. Large window allow natural light throughout the entire home. A spacious Carriage house will be found at the end of the property with same exquisite finishes as the main house.
There are 550 homes of Peachtree Park that border 13 streets in the Buckhead neighborhood near Lenox Square Mall. Peachtree Park is a safe, quiet neighborhood within easy walking distance of all Buckhead’s top rated restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Homes in Peachtree Park are excellent examples of early to mid 20th century architectural styles.The neighborhood was developed in three distinct periods, generally spreading southward from Peachtree road to Darlington Road. The oldest part of the neighborhood, the Peachtree Highlands National Historic District, was developed in the 1920’s and 1930’s as a trolley car neighborhood for middle-class tradespeople.
The Middle section of Peachtree Park, from East Paces Ferry Road to Greenview Avenue and part of Dale Drive is comprised of Colonial Rival, English Cottage and Cape Cod homes, built in the 1930”s and 1940’s The southern third of Peachtree Park was constructed mostly after World War II.
The Peachtree Park community has become an in-town haven for long-time residents and newcomers alike. Amazing neighborhood organization and committed volunteers also make Peachtree Park a great place to live. Growing families are expanding their homes rather than leaving the neighborhood. Peachtree Park’s ambiance makes it a real neighborhood, not just a collection of homes.