Ansley Terrace

Ansley Terrace was built as a premium apartment building in 1989 and converted to a condominium property shortly after the 96 Olympics. With the exception of some Penthouse units, the building is comprised of two bedroom (plus den/sunroom) plans. There are approximately 70 total residences in this four story traditional styled brick building. All of the units have outdoor balcony space, some with views of million dollar homes on Fifteenth Street in the heart of Ansley Park. There is a clubroom located next to the onsite management office just off the main lobby entrance. The association purchased the back yard of an adjoining property to construct a swimming pool and grill area. There is an ample supply of guest parking directly in front of the building and in an adjoining lot shared with Colony Square condominiums. The Colony Square Mall, Woodruff Arts Center, High Museum of Art and Piedmont Park are just a short walk away. The Arts Center Marta station is a five minute walk away.