Featured in Melanie Turner's own design book, 3627 Tuxedo Road NW showcases the finest of the housing market under one roof.
The symmetrical front of the home features a sunken courtyard.
The front of this Tuxedo Park residence is modest in comparison to the expanse that awaits just beyond the full-glass pivoting front door.
Created by Benecki Homes, interior designer Melanie Turner and architect Ruard Veltman with William T. Baker in 2019, this contemporary masterpiece has been carefully assembled to showcase the finest elements.
The family room.
Guests enter through a charming courtyard and into a formal foyer featuring designer plaster walls. Venetian plaster can be found artfully used throughout the home, which sits at over 6,200 square feet.
The sightline from the entry to the back of the home leads the eye to the modern outdoor deck, expansive backyard and lap pool.
The back of the home showing ample green space and a lap pool.
But before reaching the back of the home, a formal dining room with butler's pantry and formal living room flank either side of the foyer. This eventually opens up to a light-filled open-concept family room and a custom kitchen featuring the market's best appliances to achieve a streamlined look.
Also on the main level, the primary suite features an astonishing frameless glass wall that looks out to the pool below 13-foot ceilings.
Off the primary, a his-and-hers en suite bathroom featuring exotic marble leads to two oversize dressing rooms outfitted in Italian cabinetry.
The second level features four elegant guest rooms and a bonus room. The real fun can be had on the terrace level of the home, which meets all the entertaining needs – think a 300-bottle plus climate-controlled wine cellar, a TV lounge, a game room and bar area, and direct access to the pool.
Outside, enjoy the exquisite gardens, water features, exotic plants and landscape lighting aimed at creating visual connections from the outdoors in.
The finest materials, textures and soothing designs set this estate above the rest in Buckhead's real estate market, and it could be yours for $5.6 million.
Carrie Moore, Ansley Real Estate, 404-480-4663
A sitting room.
Photography by: Courtesy of Ansley Real Estate