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The bustling city of Atlanta, Georgia, America’s second busiest airport and a great deal of Fortune 500 companies, is also the site of some of the most opulent luxury listings in the country.

Granthshala Business’s “Mansion Global” toured two locations in the downtown market, beginning with a penthouse duplex on floors 57 and 58 of the Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead.


The four-bed, five-bath unit offers 360-degree views of Atlanta’s famed Peachtree Road. The nearly 8,300-square-foot home is listed for just under $14 million.

Listing agent Sam Morgan shared, “It’s a one of a kind home.” “We call it one and only because it’s actually in Atlanta. It’s never been on the market before. I think it’ll be a very long time before it’s on the market again, so it really is a once in a lifetime opportunity.” Bar is opportunity.”

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Visitors are first greeted by a winding grand staircase in the center of the foyer. The condominium continues to wrap around in a variety of rooms painted in a light and bright palette.

At the crossroads of modern elegance, the kitchen’s expansive island is draped in gray marble and the living room’s entertainment center is carved in curved black stone. A living room, master bedroom and spacious his and her bathroom sit right above the expansive staircase.

North of downtown Atlanta, many begin to grow in size, including another location at 2640 Howell Mill Road. The six-bed, six-bath estate, expanding 10,195 square feet on a 1.5-acre property, sold for $5.5 million.

Listing agent Shanna Smith pointed to the home’s unique accents and congratulated the designers for creating a space that “will stand against time.” The home’s style mimics that of an old Virginia farmhouse, influenced by the homeowner’s alma mater—the University of Virginia.

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The rotunda, the focal point above the foyer, was designed after the University as well as Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Meanwhile, the homeowner and architect hand-selected wood from Cyprus, Georgia to incorporate into the master study and the entire home.

Smith credits the duo for being “really thoughtful” in designing the home, not only to cater to kids with built-in bunk beds and special playroom space, but to grow up with the family after the kids left the nest. For.

The house does not fail to entertain, the main level includes a parlor, study and multifunctional dining area. Take the indoor elevator down to enter the 700-square-foot wine cellar that’s fit to hold 5,000 bottles.

The family room embellished with vaulted ceilings and an intricate metal chandelier lead to a covered courtyard. The backyard has a circular swimming pool, jacuzzi, green and tennis court.