The long evolution of a pocket of Buckhead townhomes a short walk from Phipps Plaza and other shopping hubs continues.
After breaking ground during Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed’s administration, the Belvedere on Peachtree project has continued to bring new townhomes to market in recent weeks, though the total site plan calls for less than two dozen units.
Located at 3667 Peachtree Road, about two blocks up the street from Phipps Plaza, the latest Belvedere offerings are listed as being built this year. Two of them listed for the first time last month, with price tags between $849,000 and $875,000.
Building plans indicate developer Windsor Residential Group plans to build 20 townhomes on site; recent imagery indicates 13 of those are finished.
The first units at the Belvedere project took shape in 2017, with initial residents moving in the following year.
According to the most recent sales pitches, perks at Belvedere include floor-to-ceilings windows, backyards that can be fenced (but aren’t fenced), quartz countertops, and outdoor covered porches on each floor.
We’ve inquired this month with listing agency Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty for more information on the project and will update this story should that come.
Tax records indicate the 1-acre property was last sold to Windsor Residential for $5.2 million in 2017.
Including resales in the community, current townhomes are priced from $849,000 to $935,00, all with three bedrooms and three and ½ bathrooms.
Square footage listed for the least expensive unit is 2,495, and for the priciest 2,900.
Records indicate Belvedere townhomes have been selling since summer 2021, priced in the mid-$700,000s at that time.
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