With the growth of Atlanta and its re-urbanization, as evident through the Beltline, Piedmont Park & the development of Midtown as a Cultural Center, Ansley Park has become THE neighborhood in which to live. It is fun, high energy and walkable. 267 The Prado is in the best spot on the best street in Ansley. This residence was built in the 1920s as a house, not as a cottage, and so has high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms and lots of light from all sides. It is a happy space and a great environment in which to showcase art and to entertain. The front rooms look unto the John Howard designed garden which is welcoming and distinctive. The back garden is large with built in lawn and plant terraces intermingled with stone stairs and walls from the 1920s. As you can imagine, the age of the house, even though carefully renovated, comes through and adds a sense of authenticity and timelessness to the space. Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience the best of the Ansley Park lifestyle - definitely worth visiting!
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