As construction on the last unfinished section of the Westside Trail barrels ahead, a project marketed as a modern masterpiece is aiming to capitalize on its intown cachet and raise the bar for home sales in its BeltLine-adjacent neighborhood.

The 1073 Mayson Turner Road home project is expected to finish construction this month and offer an “exquisite living experience” in a “luxurious, beautifully crafted European-style” setting in Washington Park, according to its listing.

The location is about four blocks directly north of the Washington Park Natatorium, just east of the final missing piece of the BeltLine’s Westside Trail, which is under construction now.  

Google Maps imagery indicates the project has been under construction since at least early 2022. The property was listed two weeks ago at its current price—$659,999—with HomeSmart.

The previous home at the 1073 Mayson Turner Road address. Google Maps

Planned rooftop and facade at the Washington Park project. HomeSmart/FMLS

It marks the second-priciest home listing in Washington Park at the moment, following a seven-bedroom new build on Ashby Terrace where the asking price recently increased to $694,900.

Listing service records indicate no home has sold for $600,000 or more in Washington Park in recent years.

So what’s that kind of cash buy due west of downtown these days? The modern-style listing in question has four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 2,800 square feet across multiple levels, all topped with a roof terrace.

The project's Mayson Turner Road site in Washington Park, due west of the Georgia Aquarium. Google Maps


According to HomeSmart, perks include 12-foot ceilings on the main level, a “striking” kitchen, and an electric fireplace in the great room. The floorplan was designed to be flexible for multiple living options, offering two laundry rooms and two primary suites—one on the main level, the other on the second.

The WalkScore of 64 makes the address “somewhat walkable,” though logic says that will improve with the BeltLine’s expected ribbon-cutting next door in mid-2025.

Swing up to the gallery for a closer look.


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