in the Ansley Park neighborhood of Atlanta.
This house looks old and takes it cues from vintage mediterranean houses but it was built in 2008.
Lovely front porch with arches and arched doors.
The decor when you first come in the door is very formal. I love the big moldings.
The formal dining room is small and just off the foyer. For some reason I really love that tall
I normally don't care for black furniture and it seems like it would be too big in this space and
yet I really like it.
Even the office is rather formal but pretty!
Then the house changes, this den is much more casual. Notice the planked ceiling?
It turns up in several rooms of this home.
What do you think of it? I think it's not right for a Mediterranean style house.
A zinc topped table surrounded by velvet slipped chairs.
The ceiling continues into the kitchen as this is all part of the same big room.
I do love the finishes in the ktichen. All except the ceiling. I just think it's too distracting.
I'm very surprised that this house has a galley style kitchen. You rarely see that in new construction.
At first I was like....what are those hideous big orange things? But then I realized this is the media room
and they look pretty darn comfortable.
This is a sweet room.
The tile in this bathroom is a surprise.
This one too...a nod to the Mediterranean style. But I'll say...I don't really care for it.
Love everything about this bedroom.
Another bath..this one matches the more formal rooms of the house.
I assume this is the master. Nice big bed.
I do have to say that I think ceilings like this are silly in a bedroom.
Save them for the great room.
Upstairs balcony looks over the pool.
Really nice outdoor space. But where is the green? I gotta have green.
The houses on either side look to be vintage.
I wonder what sort of house got torn down to build this home.
Oh...I could spend some time in front of the fire here.
See full listing here.
I hope you are in a warm place this cold Sunday.