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With all the extra time that Americans are spending at home, many have become more conscious of what they like, and dislike, about their living spaces. Home features once considered gratuitous have become necessities; natural light went from being a luxury to a lifeline, designated home office spaces went from being a perk to a prerequisite, and turning outdoor spaces into an extension of the interior has become essential.
While some design fads come and go, many of the trending, post-pandemic home features that we’ve seen popularized in the past few years are likely here to stay. As people begin to place a greater emphasis on health and well-being at home, homebuyers are seeking move-in ready properties with modern amenities that make their homes feel like more of a retreat than a residence.
This custom-built, Sandy Springs home is the perfect example of a home that incorporates these newly desired features into its design. This 6-bedroom property located within walking distance to the heart of downtown Sandy Springs was carefully constructed with personal well-being in mind. Along with stunning architecture throughout, the home invites natural light in with its high, vaulted ceilings and walls full of windows in nearly every room.
Complete with a home theatre, a dedicated office space, a home gym, and a luxurious wine cellar that even includes a tasting room, this elegant estate boasts all the amenities of an all-inclusive retreat and more. Research has shown that people often see open spaces as more attractive and calming than enclosed ones, and this home’s spacious, open floor concept provides exactly that for all those who enter it. The oversized owners’ suite’s deep trey ceilings, luxury marble bathroom, and freestanding bathtub lend an added touch of luxury to this already pristine property.
If like so many, you have found yourself desiring more, this house will certainly deliver. It’s said, “home is where the heart is,” but in this case, it could also be said, “home is where everything is.”