Friday, September 21, 2018

House Envy: Atlanta power couple selling European-style Buckhead home

This elegant West Paces Ferry estate was made for entertaining on a grand scale.

House Envy: This Chattahoochee Hills estate comes with a lake, horse barn, and riding arena

The European-style home near Serenbe invites owners to embrace their natural surroundings.
Lake Lanier at sunrise

Want a Georgia lake house? Here’s what you need to know.

It’s Labor Day weekend, and Atlantans are hitting the lake. Looking to get in on the action? Here’s what you need to know to get a lake retreat of your own—or even to live there full time (yes, it's possible).
Maison des Bois

House Envy: This Buckhead estate was updated by Yong Pak and Dan Carithers

The pedigree of this five-acre French Country estate includes renovations by architect Yong Pak and renowned decorator Dan Carithers.

House Envy: Live on the lake in this Nantucket-inspired beauty in Milton

When Scott Mall and his then wife noticed that the house at 1965 Drummond Pond Road in Milton was for sale, they jumped on it immediately. This Nantucket-style house had everything they wanted, including a large lakefront lot.

Does a Mableton experiment hold the answer for aging Atlantans?

The corner of Clay and Floyd roads in south Cobb County looks like any suburban intersection: mega RaceTrac gas station, Food Depot grocery store with a gargantuan parking lot, cars whizzing by to beat the traffic light.

House Envy: This 20-acre estate enjoys panoramic views of Kennesaw Mountain

Mediterranean-style ‘Villa de Cielo’ includes 20 acres and panoramic views of Kennesaw Mountain.

House Envy: This modern farmhouse lands in historic Grant Park

When local developer Michael Woods, principal in Broadview Properties, first noticed the dilapidated 1950s-era ranch-style home at 532 Mead Street in Grant Park, he knew immediately that he wanted to buy the property and build a house that would complement the neighborhood.

Report: Atlanta ranks No. 42 for city parks

Atlanta sometimes is called “the city in the trees,” and certainly as you fly into Hartsfield-Jackson this time of year, a green canopy appears to cover the city. But deplane and explore at ground level and you’ll soon realize things aren’t quite so verdant. For the third year in a row we have earned a low score on a national assessment of city parks. But—in large part due to the Atlanta BeltLine—Atlanta’s gaining green space and serving more residents.

House Envy: This Buckhead home was inspired by an ancient Scottish castle

This English manor house's gabled stucco facade, slate roof, parapet walls, and antique chimney caps all hearken to another era.

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