Closed by Harry Norman Realtors
Designed in 1938 by James C. Wise, the architect who designed the conversion of thegarage at the Inman House to what is now the Swan Coach House, 3057 Ridgewood is anArt Deco-inspired statement home which sits on a deep, private, 1.3-acre lot with salt water pool and grassy lawns, on one of Buckhead’s most sought-after streets. Three renovations and expansions by Chicago architect Robert Neylan preserved historic Art Deco elements while updating for a modern feel and today’s living. Multiple spacious gathering areas provide ideal entertaining capacity and flow, while flexible rooms offer options for work and study. Highest quality finishes include concrete construction, slate roof, brick with painted veneer resembling stucco, window-filled rooms, steel doors and casement windows throughout, limestone lintels, curated fixtures and Art Deco design elements. Bedroom suite with sitting room on main level, primary and two additional bedrooms on second floor. All bedrooms have ensuite baths. Lower level has family and workout/media rooms and a full bath. Abundant storage in large closets, full walk-up attic with staircase, and expansive storage area on lower level. This truly timeless home is convenient to private schools and is on a beautiful residential walking street.