777 Brookridge Drive NE Atlanta, GA 30306
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To-Be-Built: Sited on the high side of Orme Park on the most sought-after street in fashionable Virginia Highlands. This stunning to-be-built Transitional Classic White Brick with High End Finishes custom home captures the essence of perfection and craftsmanship. Seamlessly integrated into the neighborhood architecture, this extraordinary 5,200 (+-) square foot new home is designed by the rising architect, Tate Lauderdale, of Apex Architects, in collaboration with highly touted Atlanta builder Vince Longo, owner of award-winning Longo Custom Builders. The home will consist of four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 10-foot ceilings, living room, dining room, family room, an office study/flex space, media/entertainment room, gym space, and a two-car garage. The main level has a large and inviting front porch, and there is a street facing 2nd floor roof deck; with an additional option for a rear facing 3rd floor roof deck. A rare flat walk-out back yard and garden space, ideal for outdoor living, capable of adding in a pool. Vince and partners have spent months preparing the site plan and foundational home elements, where the Buyer has the option to completely adjust and enhance the overall custom home design, floor plan, size, and unique home elements to meet their desires. The property has compliance for complete design of the landscaping and lot priorities. The property is prepped for a final site survey, based upon a Buyer’s preferences. Once all elements are selected by a Buyer, then Vince and the team will submit to the City for all needed building permits. The new owner will benefit from this preliminary work in terms of start time for the project. Specifications for the high-end appliance package plus all other choices for the homeowner to select are available. Elevator ready.
|6 months ago
|Listing updated with changes from the MLS
|7 months ago
|Listing first seen online