2015 Decorators’ Showhouse and Gardens

Experience the Elegance of a French Château

Spring 2015 marks the Atlanta Symphony Associates’ 45th consecutive year of presenting the Decorators’ Show House & Gardens. An Atlanta spring tradition, ASA’s Show House & Gardens is the largest event of its kind in the Southeast – and one the longest-running in the United States!Front_Closeup

Reserve a date in your 2015 calendar now to experience “Château Soleil,” a French style estate at 4701 Northside Drive in Atlanta, just minutes from the heart of Buckhead. Named for its sunny, golden façade, Château Soleil was designed by renowned architect William T. Baker and displayed in his book “New Classicists: American Architecture.”

Built in 1998 on two lushly landscaped acres, this 14,000 square-foot grand estate is one of the finest examples of European-style craftsmanship in Atlanta. A sought-after location for photographic and film use by the entertainment industry, the grounds and home create a classic backdrop for gracious living and entertaining, welcoming visitors to one of the crown jewels of Atlanta. The house features six bedrooms, seven baths, four half-baths and a 26-foot domed marble entrance. The house also boasts a Versailles-inspired grand living room with marble fireplace and formal dining room with 16-foot ceilings, three intimate family rooms, and a separate library and study. The grounds include a breathtaking, classically-designed formal terraced garden with inviting walkways that surround the saline swimming pool, and a large motor court for an inviting entrance.

The 2015 Decorators’ Show House & Gardens is organized by the Atlanta Symphony Associates (ASA), a 250-member volunteer organization which raises funds in support of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO). All proceeds from the Decorators’ Show House & Gardens and other ASA fundraisers go to support the ASO and its community outreach and education programs.

Tickets

Tickets for purchase will be available at our Advanced Ticket Outlets beginning February 2015.

Photography Credit: Mary Powell Photography