As Seen on HGTV: Remodeled Roswell Retreat Flaunts all the Upscale Amenities of the Luxury Lifestyle

Originally built in 2003, this 6-bedroom, 5 and 1 half bathroom Roswell retreat has undergone several upgrades since it’s construction, including an extensive kitchen facelift, a complete basement restoration, and several aesthetic upgrades throughout the home and adjoining property.
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As homeowners spent (and continue to spend) more time indoors than ever, their relationships with their homes changed, which in turn inspired many to make those much-needed upgrades and begin those highly sought-after remodeling projects to their homes. From remodeling kitchens and outdoor areas to repurposing unused spare bedrooms into home offices and family spaces, homeowners have undertaken renovation projects en masse.

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Featured on an episode of HGTV’s “Renovation Raiders” for its impressive basement renovation, this newly listed Roswell home is no novice when it comes to remodeling projects. Originally built in 2003, this 6-bedroom, 5 and 1 half bathroom Roswell retreat has undergone several upgrades since it’s construction, including an extensive kitchen facelift, a complete basement restoration, and several aesthetic upgrades throughout the home and adjoining property.

Located in the gated subdivision of Wingfield Gates just across the street from Roswell Area Park, this stunning 4-sided brick home boasts all the enhanced amenities today’s luxury homes. The breathtaking 2-story foyer welcomes you into the main level with wide-open views of the expansive open floor plan and guides you directly into the home office and captivating Grand Living Room drenched in natural sunlight from its vaulted wall of windows overlooking the private backyard.

Attached to the living room you can find the fully remodeled and completely cutting-edge kitchen with gorgeous stone counters, white and navy cabinets, and radiant new appliances. Built for seamless entertaining, the kitchen includes generous counter space, a wrap-around bar area, a breakfast nook, and opens to the living room and connects directly to the sizable, covered back deck.

While the upstairs provides plenty of gathering spaces, the basement level is where the true entertainment begins. Complete with a full bar and secondary kitchen area, a massive theater room with tiered seating, plenty of flex space for games and other accommodations, as well as a screened-in, walk-out terrace area that leads to the private and spacious backyard with beautiful landscaping and a stone firepit, this home is perfect for anyone hoping to host impressive and memorable events of all sizes.

Listed by EPIC Real Estate Group with Harry Norman, REALTORS®, this home is located at 100 Wingfield Boulevard, Roswell, GA 30075.

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Harry Norman, REALTORS® is partnering with What Now Atlanta to bring you the real estate scoop. As the original residential brokerage of Atlanta, and backed by over 90 years of experience, we know Atlanta and the homes that make it special. Whether it’s a multi-million-dollar luxury mansion, a regal estate, or a chic inner-city loft, we’ll showcase outstanding homes, along with trends and insights on the market.
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Ima Nottelin
Ima Nottelin
1 month ago

Isn’t it ‘precious’ when suburbanites paint everything white and grey and think they’re terribly chic? Pffft!

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