Open concept living living, dining and kitchen.
Open concept living living, dining and kitchen.

The winner of HGTV’s 2014 Urban Oasis contest opted not to move into the luxe condo on the 53rd floor of Buckhead’s The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, so now it’s on the market for $1.7 million.
The 2,091-square-foot condo was professionally decorated by interior designer Lindsay Pumpa. The residence is being sold fully furnished, turn-key. The property has been co-listed by Sally Westmoreland and Ed Woods of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Intown office.
Viewers of the HGTV program and those who tracked the progress of this property will recall many of its highlights including modern lighting, walls of windows, rich hardwood flooring, custom cabinetry, high-end furnishings and exceptional views spanning from downtown Atlanta to Kennesaw Mountain and beyond.
A bathroom – with soaking tub an separate shower – with a view.

The two-bedroom and 2.5 bathroom condo features an oversized master suite with sitting area, morning bar, spa bath and dressing room. The private guest suite also features a luxurious bath. The expansive balcony provides a 180-degree view from the south to the northwest of Atlanta.
There’s also an extensive collection of local artwork and finishes by Atlanta artists and craftsmen. The gourmet kitchen includes stainless steel Miele appliances, marble and Silestone countertops, marble backsplash and open seating at the kitchen island.
Amenities and services at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental include a 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, security and key control, in-home dining and catering, housekeeping services, laundry and dry cleaning services, plant maintenance, private car and airport transportation. In addition, owners have access to the Mandarin Oriental spa facilities, fitness center and salt water pool. There are also dedicated boardrooms and lounges for the residents to enjoy.
The view.

The kitchen and the outdoor terrace beyond.

The home is on the 53 floor of the Mandarin Oriental in Buckhead.

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