Permits Issued on My Latest Custom Home

Permits were finally issued today for the new custom home we are building in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia. Projected construction time is estimated between 3.5 and 4.5 months.

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We are officially building our first custom home in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia. Buckhead is in the heart of Atlanta and consists of major commercial centers and high-end luxury real estate including single family homes, condos and town homes. Buckhead is officially in the City of Atlanta but many consider Buckhead its own entity, a sort of village if you must.

Below is what currently sits on the property.

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We are taking the existing home that is situated on the lot and expanding it substantially, adding a 2-car garage onto the front, expanding the main floor back and adding a 2nd story. In all there will be 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths.

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The interior will include high-end finishes including Viking Appliances, 2 tone granite kitchen with island, main floor master bedroom and full laundry/mudroom off the garage.

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Main Level Master Suite with his and hers closets

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The neighborhood features many custom homes already

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Listed Exclusively by Cary Daniel Blumenfeld of Harry Norman, Realtors

$799,900

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Brookhaven Renovation

We began renovations again on our Brookhaven home the 2nd week of February. So far, the workmanship has been excellent and the only delays to report are due to the persistent on again, off again rain showers typical this time of the year. We started by crating a “craftsman style” porch on the front of our 1940s bungalow.

You can see on the far right of the picture that we began closing in our carport, enabling us to use it as a den, and free up space in our formal living room for entertaining. Additionally, our laundry room is connected to the carport on the outside of the home, therefore doing laundry is a tedious task, and not the most comfortable in extreme heat or cold. These small homes do not afford you the luxury of space, so taking advantage of what you have is key with any small home. We decided to sacrifice our carport for the additional 300+ square feet and indoor laundry, and I truly believe we are making the best decision.