1380 Piedmont Avenue: So Much More than a White Picket Fence
This quaint Ansley Park cottage was built for all of the little girls who dreamed of the day they would have their very own home with a white picket fence. Of course now that those little girls are all grown up, they want more than just the fence. 1380 Piedmont Avenue is still every bit as charming as the day it was built in 1910, but with its modern upgrades like stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, and a Jacuzzi tub, it has been warmly welcomed into the 21st century.
The beam ceilings in the living room are phenomenal. The doors open up to a beautiful hallway that brings in the sunlight.
The untouched brick is such a unique characteristic of this home. It adds a natural element of color that is so often painted over and never seen.
The combination of the naked brick and the beautiful hardwoods give this home so much personality.
The way the dining room opens up to the living room is an amazing touch and gives the home such a spacious appeal.
The kitchen has been updated with stainless steel appliances that accent the beautiful hardwood theme that plays throughout.
The dark wood that makes up the built in bar and cabinetry area is extraordinary .
The use of space in the master bedroom with the built-in closets on the wall is brilliant. Notice the pattern that the designer chose to use for the hardwood floors.
The brick fireplace in the bedroom provides dimension and comfort.
This home has the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in its backyard and is a short stroll from several popular Midtown restaurants, Piedmont Park, and many other Ansley Park attractions. It has a sweet soul and all of the amenities that any homeowner would hope for as well as the white picket fence that they once dreamed of.
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Article by: Lindley Knight