This renovated house near Piedmont Park just sold for $1.9 million, making it the priciest to ever sell in Midtown. Built in 1916, it has 3,780 square feet. There are six bedrooms and five bathrooms in the house. The reconfigured den includes a wall of built-in shelves. Above the two-car garage is a carriage house complete with kitchen and washer/dryer. The gunite pool in the backyard even has a fountain.

These are the 5 priciest streets in Atlanta

On Atlanta’s most expensive street, you’ll find homes upward of $4 million decked out with amenities like in-home elevators, decorative fountains and crystal-adorned chandeliers.

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That’s according to analysts over at housing site Homes.com who sought to determine the priciest streets in America’s 15 largest cities based on average home values.

Atlanta’s “ritziest” street, according to the report: Woodhaven Road NW in the prestigious Tuxedo Park neighborhood, also home to the Governor’s Mansion. There, the average home value amounts to $4,078,379. If you’re not just reading this out of curiosity, maybe this nearly $5 million Woodhaven Road home designed by renowned Atlanta architect Philip Schutze is for you.

Here are the next four priciest Atlanta streets (and their average home values), according to Homes.com:

  • Garraux Road NW ($3,680,500)
  • Cherokee Road NW ($3,623,300)
  • Tuxedo Road NW ($3,198,012)
  • Garmon Road NW ($3,016,750)

While the city’s most expensive streets are unattainable for most, Atlanta’s home prices have nothing on Los Angeles and Houston, where the priciest homes are typically valued in the $6-$8 million range.

Explore the full ranking at homes.com.

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