Cherie Restler says one of her favorite comments that she’s heard about her unique Lake Claire house was from a delivery man who said he felt like he was in Game of Thrones. After all, it’s not every day you approach a house via iron-spike-lined footbridge and knock on a windowless steel door.
The CEO of Atlanta’s oldest home-building company built his ultimate dream house in Milton. Now that he and his wife are downsizing empty nesters, that home can be yours—for $6,750,000.
Atlanta has often been dubbed a car-dependent city. However, our region ranks high for future walkability, indicating a demand for greater density both intown and in the suburbs.
This 2,100-acre gated community, an 18-mile drive from Cashiers, North Carolina, is built around a 500-acre reservoir that was created in the 1950s when the Tuckasegee River was dammed to generate hydroelectric power.
After renovation, this 1920 Virginia-Highland home, which is within walking distance of Piedmont Park, grew to twice its original footprint.
A first-time home flipper gives this Doraville home a dramatic modern-rustic makeover.
House Envy: If you’ve dreamed of living at a resort, the Maisonettes at Mandarin Oriental may be for you
Located on the grounds of a five-star hotel, these townhomes offer landscaped yards, outdoor terraces, oversized garages, and a 24-hour residential concierge.
Bigger than condos and easier to maintain than single-family houses, townhomes have emerged as hotly sought-after entrées into neighborhoods from Avondale Estates to Reynoldstown to Brookhaven.
The European-style home near Serenbe invites owners to embrace their natural surroundings.
The beleaguered but beloved red brick mansion on Peachtree Road at Lindbergh Drive has finally found a savior. This summer, NewTown Partners, an Atlanta-based economic development consulting firm specializing in historic preservation, will move the home to 78 Peachtree Circle, an empty lot in Ansley Park, where it will become the private home of company founders Christopher Jones and Roger Smith.