Complete with four koi ponds, two teahouses, a sculpture garden, and a meditation room, a North Atlanta house named Yo Shin So (“a sunny place in the woods”) is an authentic slice of the Japanese countryside.
At Atlanta Motorsports Park, a growing Dawsonville complex, the pandemic hasn’t dented appetites for trackside homes, billed as the ultimate trophy cases for car fanatics.
Serial remodeler Karen Richardson transforms this $4.4-million mansion from a 1980s Gothic eyesore into a pristine federal beauty.
The development will have two residential phases connected by a future mixed-use section next door to the new Mercedes-Benz headquarters.
With its five bedrooms and fenced backyard, this renovated 1920s beauty is the perfect family home.
This year is shaping up to be a revolutionary one for Atlanta homebuilding. With real estate now in full recovery mode, condos and townhomes are becoming desirable again.
The club has a lake, so it offers boating and fishing, as well as hiking and a top-ranked golf course. Most unique is the Arts Loft, a staffed studio that serves both professionals and novices—offering classes, shows, dinners, and wine events.