Luxury meets lifestyle at Old Fourth Ward townhomes The Residences at Studioplex
With the Atlanta BeltLine such a fixture of the city, real estate along the trail has become a hot commodity.
The Residences at Studioplex, a new development of 19 townhomes by Thrive Homes, offers home buyers the amenities of luxury living in an urban setting off the BeltLine’s Eastside trail. “The Residences are a unique opportunity for homeowners to enjoy one of a kind luxury living while nestled in an area filled with incredible food, culture and lifestyle,” says Kirstin Hobday, chief operating officer at Thrive Homes. “We were intrigued by the fact that these homes literally have a front-row seat to everything that’s going on with the BeltLine.”
Within walking distance of Krog Street Market, the townhomes, which start at $1.2 million, sit directly above a lineup of new, specialized retail and restaurants, including Beetnix Juice Bar, Butter & Cream ice cream, Nina & Rafi pizza, a cocktail bar from 18:21 Bitters and Dancing Dogs Yoga. Each home boasts four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, two interior fireplaces with limestone mantels, custom kitchens with 10-foot ceilings, wide-plank custom flooring, handcrafted millwork and a private two-car garage.
Many of the designs incorporate brick and limestone exteriors, large windows and metal sunshades, and were inspired by Buckhead’s Restoration Hardware building. “Every floor of the home has good interaction with the BeltLine,” says Hobday. Several pivoting doors open up to allow indoor-outdoor interaction, while Juliet balconies, porches and private rooftop terraces offer panoramic views.
“The lock-and-leave nature of a townhome and a gated community, combined with the location, is pretty rare,” Hobday says. “We can really see this becoming a focal point on the BeltLine, adding to what’s already there and becoming a destination.”