New Modern Architecture Homes for Sale (Debra Johnston)

March 2, 2010


Debra Johnston, REALTOR


Submitted by Debra Johnston 

This week two new modern homes are available for sale that were designed by well known Atlanta architects, Henri Jova and Benjamin Hirsch. The Jova property is located in a quiet neighborhood about six blocks from Piedmont Park. This is a unique property to midtown in that the residence sits on two city lots and is gated. At almost 5000 square feet, this property was completely renovated in 2008 and has  



hardwood and stone floors throughout. The windows are designed to maximize natural lighting. Henri’s signature trim detail is evident throughout and has high ceilings in almost every room. The newly renovated bathrooms boast saturnia marble and have built in closets in each. Additionally, there is a  

Living room


catering kitchen tucked between the living room and den, perfect for entertaining. To see more photos, visit http://www.861mentelle.com/.  

The second modern home is a residence designed by Atlanta architect, Benjamin Hirsch (http://www.benjaminhirsch.com/) and is located in Buckhead off of Mount Paran. This residence was originally designed for a car collector and has a concealed garage area that can accommodate over 25 autos. The space is equipped  

Living room


with complete audio systems and a bar. Doors open to grounds that overlook the tennis court. The residence itself has a two story living room, fireplace and a bar. The private master wing has a huge master bath, private patio and overlooks the pool. There are four additional bedrooms and a very large lounging area that overlooks the living room.  

Concealed garage


This Miami modern designed home will be featured in the Modern Atlanta (MA) home tour in June. To see more photos, visit http://www.3mistyridge.com/  


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