Atlanta, GA, US
4767 Riverview Road
Riverview is a picturesque two mile loop that runs alongside the Chattahoochee River. It is just off Northside Drive and inside Interstate-285, but you’d swear you were on a secluded mountain road. The homes are an eclectic blend of old and new, large and small. The sought after public schools are Heards Ferry Elementary, Ridgeview Middle, Riverwood International Charter High School, and also at least six of the popular private schools are within a five mile radius. 4767 is an earthy Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home that sits across from the street’s very own private access path to the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Built in 1993, the not-too-contemporary style was thoughtfully designed to utilize natural sunlight and seems to effortlessly co-exist with the lay of the land. The wood and stone pool and spa deck is multi-level and has just been pressure washed and restained. The three car garage has a carpeted floor and is outfitted with a custom storage system to keep clutter out of sight. The outdoor fridge will remain with the home. The entry foyer has soaring ceilings and the motif in the custom iron stair rail is repeated in the architectural details. There are over 7000 square feet of heated and cooled living space including four true bedrooms, four full baths and three half baths plus an office, an upstairs loft and a bonus room. The basement has built-ins with wet bar, under counter refrigerator drawers, and wine storage. It’s currently used as a workout area, but it is wired for a theatre room with surround sound speakers. There is room to convert the basement half bath to a full and create a 5 th bedroom if so desired. The zen-like master bedroom is on the main floor and has a gorgeous stained wood barrel ceiling, French doors to a deck, his and hers closets, two person shower and separate jetted tub. The chef’s kitchen has a Sub-Zero fridge, solid wood cabinets, generous counter prep space, and breakfast bar. The family room’s walls of windows show off the natural beauty of the back yard, and don’t miss the nature trail with stone steps brought in to give easy access to the stream at the rear border.