Main Content

A Dorsey Alston Realtors listing was featured in the venerable New York Times last week in their ongoing real estate feature, “What You Get.”

The article looked at what a buyer could get in different markets for $1,100,000.

The highlighted homes included a three-bedroom Tudor in Ansley Park listed by our own Erin Yabroudy. The two-story house was built in 1927 and updated over the last couple of years.

In reference to Erin’s listing, the New York Times wrote:

This house is in Ansley Park, a neighborhood and historic district in the Greater Midtown part of Atlanta, bordering the Ansley Golf Club. Developed around the turn of the 20th century, the neighborhood retains a healthy mix of Craftsman, Prairie, colonial and neo-Classical architecture, with some newer construction mixed in.

This house is on a wooded cul-de-sac street that curls around the golf course. The High Museum of Art, the Museum of Design Atlanta and the city’s symphony and botanical gardens are all within about a mile of this house, as are shopping and dining. The house is a short walk from a leg of the Atlanta BeltLine, a planned loop of trails following an old railway line.

The living room has a wide gas fireplace with a sleek white-tile surround and a wall of burled-wood cabinets to one side. The dining room has a similar set of cabinets flanking a window. The kitchen has quartz countertops, gray veneer cabinets and stainless-steel appliances.

A link to the listing can be found here.

One of the other two homes in the Times article was a contemporary with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms in Dorsey, Vt., a town of about 2,000 residents in southwestern Vermont, surrounded by the Green Mountain National Forest. The house sits on 23 acres.

Also featured was a four bedroom home with three full bathrooms and two half-baths in Hagerstown, Md., which is about 70 miles from both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. It is in the Oak Hill Historic District, a neighborhood of grand early 20th-century houses laid out on curving tree-lined streets.

Get In Touch Connect With Us

    Accessibility Tools