2598 Habersham Brochure : Conrad Lyles Realtors : Atlanta Luxury Real Estate

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Own a piece of Atlanta history! 2598 Habersham Road, originally built in 1936, has been painstakingly restored and expanded with authentic period details. …

Own a piece of Atlanta history! 2598 Habersham Road, originally built in 1936, has been painstakingly restored and expanded with authentic period details.
Offered at $3,850,000. For information, please visit http://www.conradlyles.com/homes-cl-detail.php?id=3892743

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  • 1. 2598 H ABERSHAM R OAD
  • 2. “ This two-story red brick Georgian Revival house, circa 1936, the year author Margaret Mitchell released “Gone with the Wind”, is in the very heart of one of Atlanta’s most historic, elegant, and sought-after Buckhead neighbor- hoods, Peachtree Heights Park. Created for Cecil F. Johnson and his family – he was a senior executive with a forest products & hardware concern founded a year before Coca-Cola was invented – the Johnson House, on its rise of ground at 2598 Habersham Road, remains a landmark of Buckhead style. The extensive renovations of the Johnson House, recently completed under the direction of Margaret Whitaker (AIA), retain the original character of the home. The Johnson House is set in an area dotted with houses designed by architects belonging to the nationally recognized “Georgia School of Classicists.” The school included important architects like Neel Reid of Hentz, Reid & Adler and ” Philip Shutze. William R. Mitchell, Jr. Southern Architecture Foundation
  • 3. EXTERIOR DETAILS • Classic Georgian Revival architecture • New slate roof • Copper gutters and downspouts • Louvered shutters with original hardware • Exposed aggregate driveway • Professional landscaping • Renovated carriage house (circa 1918) • Flat back yard with play area and room for pool. • Enchanting courtyard and limestone terraces provide ideal setting for social events.
  • 4. INTERIOR DETAILS • Four Bedrooms, drenched in natural light, each with hardwood floors and a private bath. Luxurious Master Suite that offers a fireside sitting room, elegant bath with freestanding soaking tub, spacious walk-in closets, an office and a private screen porch overlooking a beautifully-landscaped koi pond with fountain. • Authentic period detailing throughout the house, including solid brass ball-finial hinges and door knobs, heavy mouldings and trim, triple bind door casings, and recessed panel and strip wainscot- ing. • Foyer with leaded-glass fan window and sidelights, smoked bell lantern, lighted display niches and rich hardwood floors. • Dramatic sunlit gallery with an abundance of windows and French doors overlooking boxwood garden and back yard. • Spacious Living Room featuring original hand-carved fireplace mantle. • Banquet-sized Dining Room with large Butler’s Pantry featuring wine cooler, ice maker, dish- washer, warming drawer and wet bar. • Bright kitchen with elegant honed Carrera marble counter tops, custom cabinetry and professional grade Sub-Zero and Viking appliances. An adjacent Breakfast Area overlooks the boxwood-lined courtyard. • Fireside Keeping Room with vaulted ceiling and custom book & display shelving. • Daylight lower level offers expansion possibilities for media or exercise room, den, wine cellar or more.
  • 5. MAIN FLOOR PLAN
  • 6. UPPER FLOOR PLAN
  • 7. Greg Lyles, Broker (404) 841-9634 glyles@conradlyles.com www.conradlyles.com