Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
1937 Philip Trammell Shutze designed English Regency/ Art Deco masterpiece, commanding beautiful views from one of the highest evaluations in the city. Supreme privacy on 4.4+/- acres of manicured grounds. Meticulously restored to perfection by craftsman worldwide, this estate is the same home as it was in 1937, sans the newly updated kitchen. The grand foyer welcomes you with black and white marble floors, arched doorways and exquisite detailed moldings. Dramatic elliptical staircase leads to three levels of four main en suite bedrooms and one nursery bedroom with seven bathrooms. Bank vault wine cellar and tasting nook accommodating 1,100 to 1500 bottles. Luxury formal living and dining areas with spacious rooms. Wood burning fireplaces throughout. The third level of the home includes an enclosed glass penthouse conservatory and bar from the SS Normandie ocean liner. The swan weather vane atop the home is an original design by Shutze and is functional. The tranquil pool and pavilion are as Shutze envisioned 80 years ago.
Atlanta is a city of resurgence. The latest catalyst for growth was spurred by Atlanta’s hosting of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. With the eyes of the world looking on, it rose in status as the capital of the New South to a city of international significance and a pioneer of the American luxury property marketplace.