At some point, we will get back to Atlanta or Chicago and I love imagining where we will live when we get there.  And in the realm of #realestatedreams, Peachtree Battle in Atlanta is at the top of the list.  When I lived at Peachtree Commons, I spent many early mornings or late evenings walking up and down Peachtree Battle–both for exercise and for inspiration.

During a recent visit to Atlanta, I visited 376 Peachtree Battle.  The traditional home, with a gray exterior is a showstopper.  I’m a big fan of a dramatic staircase in the entryway and this home delivers.  The kitchen is warm, spacious and modern.  The living areas blend an open floorpan with a few discrete rooms, and features a charming office, painted blue, as a signature space.  The powder room on the first floor is a golden dream. Three large bedrooms with bathrooms on the second floor are plenty enough room for a family.

Next visit, I am going to swing by the Tudor at 521 Peachtree Battle.  With a master suite that opens to the pool area, my much sought-after dramatic staircase, and a clean, open kitchen, the photos have me swooning.

Beyond the architecture and the tree-lined street, Peachtree Battle {and the Haynes Manor neighborhood, in general} are so convenient to schools, shopping, and downtown.  Boasting an amazing new campus and reinvigorated neighborhood and parent support, E Rivers Elementary is located at the intersection of Peachtree Road and Peachtree Battle.  Publix, Another Broken Egg Cafe, Starbucks and an assortment of other shops and restaurants are across the street from E Rivers.  The booming Westside shopping and dining district is a short car ride away.