Categories: Atlanta, Buckhead, Restaurants, The Mansion on Peachtree, The Peachtree Residences
Buckhead’s newest eatery, Del Frisco’s Grille, recently opened and is located where Craft was formerly located at the new Mandarin Oriental.
The two-story space has been completely transformed from its former Craft self and diners won’t recognize a thing. A new bar, leather dining room and two-level terrace (with cooling and heating) facing Peachtree Street now grace the building. Make sure you check out the eight-tier custom-designed chandelier that cascades from the second floor to the first floor (the bottom tier is used for liquor storage).
Designed by The Johnson Studio, a local Atlanta architecture firm, the restaurant’s architectural features include industrial and warm elements, but still fits in with the Mandarin Oriental brand.
You can visit Del Frisco’s Grille at 3376 Peachtree Road, Atlanta GA.
Categories: Atlanta, Buckhead, Condos, Home Prices, Penthouse, The Peachtree Residences
The Peachtree Residences is located in Buckhead and has expansive 270 degree wrap-around views. The list price has been reduced by $125,000 and is now offered at $850,000. If you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact me! 404-822-4156 ****THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD
Link to MLS Listing
Property brochure (click here)
Categories: Atlanta, Buckhead, Condos, Penthouse, Photo of the Day, The Peachtree Residences
This is the downtown view taken from the living room terrace of my penthouse listing at The Peachtree Residences. You can click the photo in the sidebar for more pictures and a floor plan.
Categories: Articles, Buckhead, Condos, Penthouse, The Peachtree Residences
Once in a while, a special property comes on the market. One that doesn’t need any work, has spectacular views, beautiful finishes, great space and layout and all in a terrific location. This stunning penthouse is located at The Peachtree Residences in Buckhead.
You probably have seen this penthouse on the market last year, and if so, you need to take a second look. A lot has changed since then. I looked at this place a few years ago and always knew it had the potential to be something special. The owner recently renovated the space and really made some great necessary changes. First, they completely gutted the old kitchen, re-oriented the island and removed the doors to the space. This not only opened up the room and made the space flow better, but it allowed you to enter the foyer and see directly out to the Buckhead skyline. The dining room also had some significant changes. A doorway was added leading to the bedrooms and a 300 bottle wine closet was installed. In the foyer, a wall was removed to open the space to the dining room. A virtual tour link is located at the bottom of this post. Click Here for More Photos & the Rest of the Feature