This modern marvel listed by Marc Castillo with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury perfectly balances juxtaposing elements, explaining why it has hit the silver screen.
Overlooking Ansley Golf Club, this modern urbanist home is a bold example of how modern design can meld with the landscape on which it resides—in this case the lush Sherwood Forest. The four-bedroom, 4 ½-bathroom home features soaring ceilings and walls of glass that blend interior and exterior visually, while framing opaque wood ensures privacy. The homeowners built this 6,260-square-foot property in 2015 in hopes of creating a retreat for both respite and entertaining with their closest friends. Tucked back between a private drive and a public street, the unique space has the qualities of an extroverted and introverted home working in tandem. Architect Jordan Williams of Plexus R+D sought to keep the home open while ensuring privacy “through massing and maximizing existing site conditions, like slope and vegetation.” The home’s beautiful living spaces and primary bedroom feature windows with large glass sliders that open onto an infinity-edge pool. Perhaps one of the most exciting features of this home is its front facade: Eagle-eyed movie enthusiasts will recognize it from several major motion pictures including Marvel’s 2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming. A large home theater and gym round out this modern muse’s luxe offerings in one of Atlanta’s most sought-after historical neighborhoods. Price upon request, coldwellbanker.com
The living room features a whole wall of glass windows
Cathedral-height ceilings in the dining room make for a grandiose feel when entertaining
The open kitchen features sleek appliances and earth tones
The outside of the home is not only iconic, but it also features an ample front yard
The infinity-edge pool and cabana maintain the home’s indoor-outdoor flow