Down at the burgeoning, movie-studio-adjacent new town that is Trilith, outside-the-box home architecture has been par for the course for years, ranging from micro cottages to more grandiose spreads inspired by ancient Asia and Rome.
But Town at Trilith has yet to see anything quite like this.
As part of the Aurora Collection at Trilith, billed as the community’s “most energy-efficient homes to date,” a four-story “tower home” has recently hit the market that could be ideal for birders—or paparazzi.
Listed at $1.49 million, this 2nd Street offering called The Artemis has two bedrooms and two bathrooms situated on a postage-stamp corner lot of .048 acres. (Sales records indicate only two Trilith homes have sold for more, topping out with a six-bedroom modern that fetched $1.65 million.)
According to the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties listing, it’s a stack of net neutrality as energy consumption is concerned, featuring a solar array and solar battery system.
Starting from the top, per listings, the highest floor has a private flex space and bar with a rooftop terrace; below that is the primary suite with a patio; on the second floor is the kitchen and living room combo, with a guest bedroom and ensuite bath on the first level. (Surprisingly, perhaps, there’s no mention of an elevator.)
It's not the only unique home listing to pop up in this section of Trilith—but it’s certainly the most unique to date.
Two street parking spaces come with the home, and the “car-dependent” WalkScore of 35 could smack as suspiciously low (Town at Trilith is being built on walkability, after all) until distance to public transit and a major grocery option are factored in. The HOA fees listed at $1,650 annually probably won’t kill the deal at this price point.
We’ve asked listing agents for details on The Artemis’ square footage and ETA, and we’ll update this post with any additional info that comes.
Situated about 25 miles from downtown Atlanta, across the street from the major TV and film hub that is Trilith Studios, the residential section of Trilith counts about 1,000 residents today, with a goal of housing 5,000 people across a 235-acre master-planned community when complete.
Resident amenities include 15 miles of Trilith walking trails, tennis and pickleball courts, a swanky communal pool, a dog park, and the Piedmont Wellness Center. A new entertainment complex and school are under construction now.
Today, Trilith’s nearby Town Centre counts a variety of businesses, including Amici Italian Café, Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar, Hop City, Piedmont Wellness Center, and Nourish + Bloom, the South’s first autonomous grocery store. Trilith's first multifamily community, Premiere Lofts, opened in 2021. Another component—the long-promised Trilith boutique hotel—broke ground last summer.
Does it all make the $1.5-million price tag worth it for tower-house living? Time will tell.
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