Robert Green designed this home at 3905 Parian Ridge Road NW in Buckhead.
Photo: Photos by Ilya Zobanov
Photo: Photos by Ilya Zobanov

Famed architect’s Buckhead beauty going for $2.725M: Open house alert

A home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Robert Green is back on the Buckhead market after a restoration this year.

The late architect’s work, which was built on two acres in 1985, is listed for $2,725,000 by Debra Johnston of Berkshire Hathaway.

If you want to literally feast your eyes on the expansive abode, an open house will be held July 22 from 4 to 7 p.m. at 3905 Parian Ridge Road NW. In the meantime, take a look and learn more below. 

The long driveway, which runs down the huge front yard on the gated and fenced property, leads to a three-car garage with extra parking.

The 5,200-square-foot space is anchored by a stunning stone fireplace. 

The dining room, kitchen and breakfast room overlook the saltwater pool, with its water features and sun deck. The living room features walls of glass on both sides with a nearby temperature-controlled wine room on original black slate flooring.

The 4-bed, 6-bath manor includes a master wing with vaulted wood plank ceilings and a private patio. The master bath has separate dressing rooms, two-person steam shower with Wi-Fi speakers and a zen-like spa tub. 

The restoration was done by Burns Century.


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