Totally unique and exceptionally beautiful describe this “jewel box,” a designer’s personal home, situated on a quiet +/- acre on a private cul-de-sac. From the cobblestone gated entry to the motor court to the architecture and artistry of this special home, the limestone terrace, pergola, and gardens beyond, no detail has been overlooked. The photographs do not do it justice. Architect Norman Askins’s timeless design incorporates features inspired by one of Atlanta’s historic landmarks of days gone by. The current owners have tastefully updated the home’s interiors and more to today’s standards over the past decade. The Versailles parquet entry hall leads to an expansive grand salon with 14’ ceilings, an antique French mantled fireplace with direct access to and views of the gracious limestone terrace, outdoor fireplace, and the gardens beyond. The entertainment sized dining room and butler’s pantry lead to a spectacular Design Galleria kitchen with premium appliances and LeCornue oven. The owners preserved the imported antique flooring in the kitchen and pantries which add to the ambiance of the true chef’s kitchen. The primary suite with its own antique mantled fireplace, primary bath suite, and adjacent office overlook a heavily wooded landscape. Two additional stunning ensuite bedrooms complete the main floor accommodations, along with an oversized garage. The unfinished attic and basement provide ample storage and expansion potential. This is a rare opportunity to own a property that celebrates architecture, art, and fine living on a human scale in a wonderfully peaceful setting in a great Atlanta location.