Atlanta Real Estate Forum congratulates Harris Park Homes for winning a Gold OBIE in the Single Family Builder – Detached (Builds 1-25 Homes/Year) $400,000 to $499,999 category for 219 Ohm Avenue. Presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council, the OBIE Awards are the premier awards given in the Atlanta new home construction industry.
The stone-columned, brick front porch welcomes you and the rich front door draws you into this special home. The entry foyer is the perfect place to welcome guests and to showcase furnishings against the shiplap wall and gooseneck lighting. The open floor plan and generous master suite are just two of the features that appeal to today’s discriminating buyers.
Every inch of this home exudes attention to detail in design, from the chic but timeless shiplap to the subway tile, wide plank wood flooring, marble and stone counters, designer lighting and paint colors. The living and kitchen spaces flow together around the stunning central staircase. The kitchen has loads of cabinets finished all the way to the ceiling for maximum storage, a walk-in pantry, stainless farm sink and a large island for a comfortable gathering space and practical storage.
The floor-to-ceiling windows flood the home with natural light and allow enjoyment of the spacious and level back yard. The contemporary feel of the fireplace wall is complemented by the long slate hearth for bonus seating that cleverly houses the media components. The first floor also boasts a separate dining room that is currently a cozy additional living space, a mudroom area off the two-car garage with more storage and a powder room with a subway tile wall and stylish pendant light over the designer vanity.
Up the beautifully crafted staircase, you will find the amazing master suite with sitting area, custom walk-in closet, sleeping area with its wood inlayed tray ceiling and en-suite bath. This masterpiece bath is high-end design with practical comfort. The vaulted ceiling and designer lighting highlights the rustic charm and contemporary details.
The additional bedrooms and hall bath have shiplap details and conscious design around the best use of space for living and storage. The stylish laundry room is also conveniently located on this upper level to be efficient for any buyer in today’s busy world.
The outside of this home has specimen tree plantings like red maples and white dogwoods that will add year-round color. The carefully designed textures of the materials on the home’s exterior and the board and batten shutters with iron hardware are the details and finishing touches that make 219 Ohm a wonderful place to call home.
219 Ohm Avenue is a masterpiece of craftsman detail and high design because the quality of a Harris Park home is unmatched. This builder is a triple threat–an award-winning Interior Designer, a top-producing licensed Realtor and a licensed builder, her hands on expertise shows in every inch of this home. This home is carefully designed to be functional, beautiful, and timeless with a quality of construction that will last more than a lifetime. In this market, it is impossible to find some of the features of this home under $500,000. Wide plank wood floors throughout (no carpet), designer tile and paint colors, shiplap details, and custom onsite built barn doors, and a staircase that is a true work of art are hard to come by in this market at this price point. The warmth of a farmhouse, comfort of a traditional home, and quality in the craftsmanship and design make this an award-winning home.
For more information, visit www.HarrisParkHomes.com or call 404-275-1181.
The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s OBIE Awards celebrates its 37th anniversary in 2017. The awards began in 1980 and have grown throughout the years to include more than 100 building, remodeling, marketing and personal achievement categories. The OBIE Awards are named after the obelisk shape of the actual award given.
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