About the house
Scope of project: A James Means-designed home in the heart of Buckhead in its Kingswood neighborhood. Six-bedroom home sited on 2 acres of land on top of a hill in quiet cul de sac, overlooking a preserve and recreational fields (read: no rear neighbors!). Charleston-inspired cobblestone and brick driveway, heart of pine floors, slate roof.
Additions will include a family room and pool porch wing (with pool bath and shower) as well as a master wing; a rear screened porch and infinity-edge pool with Peacock Paver deck; a garage and above-garage apartment; upstairs laundry; and basement with wine cellar, tasting room and “man cave”.
History of Project: Second-annual showhouse benefitting Atlanta History Center. Coming on heels of highly successful inaugural event that included 25,000 square foot of living space and 6,000 square foot of outdoor space in Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park neighborhood.