The quote, “your home should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love,” has never rung more true than in this remarkable Ansley Park masterpiece! Custom design by renowned architect Linda MacArthur & built by John Willis Homes, this home boasts oversized rooms, a flowing floor plan with hardwoods throughout, an elevator to 3 floors, paneled walls with incredible windows creating natural light, and breathtaking, quintessential city views. As art collector-owners with a flair for unique design & taste, this home is embedded with one-of-a-kind touches which are reflective of their personal artistic style and appreciation for local artists.
No detail has been overlooked in this work of art - from the entryway light fixture in the style of Giacometti, which reflects beautifully in the custom-lacquered ceiling, to the walls in the powder room & living room painted by local artist, Mary Francis. The light fixture in the dining room is from Australian artist, John Pomp. The fabrics in both the dining room and living room are fine Italian wool, by R.Hughes. In the stairwell, is the BCAA light from Christopher Boots, inspired by Branch Chain Amino Acids, the primordial building blocks of life.
The kitchen table, with its cast bronze tree base, is from LA artist Juin Ho. The light in the kitchen is the classic Serge Mouille, and the custom cabinetry is a true work of art in itself.
In the private backyard, you’ll find a putting green, lovingly tended-to herb garden and an outdoor kitchen. The new fence and gate were created by local artist, Andrew Crawford, with an enclosure for the whole house generator. Driveway surface has been recently upgraded along with the floors in the 3-car garage. Cabinetry has been added to the mud room which leads to a completely decked out home gym with rubber floors and mirrors!
You’ll find dual closets in the master with new, pristine cabinetry. Don’t miss the steam element that has been added to the shower in the master bath with completely upgraded lighting, and gorgeous herringbone-style tiled floors. Quartz countertops in the bathroom even match the quartz in the closet. The flower installation art is by Bradley Saben from New Orleans Callen Contemporary. The hardware on the bath cabinetry and in the bars is breathtaking - don't miss the leather pulls in the basement bathroom!
Walk out the door to Piedmont Park and the Beltline, and walk to restaurants including the new Colony Square restaurants that are beginning to open. When you need to drive somewhere, you'll be right at the intersection of 75/ 85, with this haven being truly at the hub of our majestic city. Waste not a moment to see this masterful & iconic beauty of a home!