Architect: William B. Margeson
3 Full, 2 Half Baths
+/- 1.23 Acres
Jackson School District
Here's what I love about this house. When you walk up it all feels very Dutch Colonial. It has the typical roofline, appears to be one story (it's actually 3), is made of brick, and even has a divided Dutch door on the left (a door where the top can open while the bottom remains closed). The fun part about the house is going inside where the interiors are fresh and classically updated. Perfect for a modern family who wants a huge backyard and to walk to Chastain park!
For me, Dutch Colonial homes have an almost farmhouse feel, but these interiors represent classic Atlanta style! You can see the finishes are immaculate, and there is tone of space.
Love this formal living room!
And here is the dining room. You can get a feel for the layout here by looking through the foyer and into the living room.
This brick-walled wet bar runs between the kitchen and the dining room. I love exposed brick in a home!
Can you believe the space in this kitchen? I love the pattern in the wood floor. Can't you imagine cooking with all your family gathered around talking?
Here is another dining area lined with windows.
Can you believe this porch? These vaulted ceilings are amazing, and look at all the privacy.
This is an additional porch off the kitchen.
And this is a shot going back into the house from the screened porch. Look at those floors!
Here we are in the family room. Again, such a clean and warm room. I love the exposed brick around the fireplace. Also, you can see the divided Duch door where the top opens while the bottom can remain closed.
Did you notice the wood floors here?
And here is a better picture of the fireplace.
This is the main level master suite. The door in the back leads out to a private master porch.
I love this bathtub!
Do you want to go upstairs?
Isn't this a perfect family house? Wait until you see the terrace level...
And those doors open right to the backyard...
So, what do you think? Could you see yourself living there?