Gay Atlantans have some fabulous digs. But there's nice and then there's this: The sweet Midtown digs of a gay couple and business owners who renovated their home and are now selling it. For nearly $1 million.
The 2,600-square-foot home of Chad Sims and Angel Marcelino, the couple behind Prima Atlanta, went up for sale last week with a price tag of $984,900. The listing came nine years – nearly to the exact day – after they snatched it up for $324,900.
But it's not just the value of the home that's changed since Sims and Marcelino moved into it in 2007. The couple transformed the 1929 bungalow a few years back. When the construction dust settled, they unveiled a stunning and quite modern three-bedroom, three-bathroom remake.
This renovation by Dencity isn’t exactly a fly-by-night Home Depot job. Notably, the open entertainer’s kitchen is described as “a Poliform masterpiece” — with its Miele appliances, Sub-Zero built-in fridge, custom Piatta hood, and Dornbracht faucet — and each bathroom has imported Italian Gatto vanities. Custom lighting spans the house. And the ubiquitous white pallet electrifies the artwork.
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