The statuesque, white stucco modern design stands out among traditional cottages, yet also seamlessly fits with the street's warm and inviting aesthetic. It has been featured in The Huffington Post, Design Milk, Atlanta HOME, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine and most recently on the cover of the Fall 2017 issue of Atlanta Magazine's HOME. The EarthCraft certified house was designed by architect David Daniels and built in 2005. The main floor boasts an open-living concept with living, dining and a kitchen with professional grade appliances, Ann Sacks marble tiles on the walls and backsplash, boxed oven hood and island of stunning white quartz. Gray cabinetry by Wood-Mode has knurled Buster + Punch hardware, with contrasting walnut floating shelves. Step onto the balcony from the main level and enjoy outdoor living and dining areas, complete with a lounge area facing the swimming pool. On the terrace level you will find a guest bedroom with en suite bathroom and a private balcony leading to a boxwood-trimmed courtyard with a calming water fountain in the center. Two more bedrooms with en suite baths and private balconies are on the third floor, connected by a "cat walk." An outdoor spiral staircase leads to the roof-top deck, perfect for looking out into the tree-tops and surrounding forest leading to the ultimate 'I can't believe I get to live here' feeling.

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Credits

Posted By
Architect
  • David Daniels
Interior Design
  • Mister + Mrs. Sharp
Photographer
  • Anthony-Masterson
  • J Ashley Photography

Overview

Bedrooms
  • 4
  • 4
  • Structure
  • House (Multi Residence)
  • Style
  • Modern
  • Year
  • 2005
  • 2005
  • Square Feet
  • 2300
  • 2300
  • Press