200 Montgomery Ferry Drive, No. 1


Built around 1920 next to the Ansley Golf Club, the building was called The Italian Villa Apartments until World War II, when it was renamed simply The Villa. The building was converted to a condominium in 1979. Renowned Atlanta architect Philip Trammell Shutze is credited with designing The Villa. Shutze modeled the front of The Villa after the entry to the Cortile of the Chiesa di Santa Cecilia in Trastevere in Rome (information provided by www.thevillaatlanta.com) Residence one was thoughtfully and historically renovated by combining two properties occupying the front right corner of The Villa providing verdant golf course views from every window. Do not miss this rare opportunity to live in one of Atlanta's most gracious and beloved historical properties.

Presented By:

Ally May

A native of Atlanta, Ally is an Alpha Omega graduate of The Westminster Schools and studied Hospitality Management at the University of South Carolina. After several years as a Catering Manager for high-end hotels in Atlanta and then Charleston, S.C., Ally returned home and redirected her career into real estate.

During Ally's first year, she was honored as Rookie of the Year with production of more than $7 million. The momentum has not stopped and neither has the fun throughout almost two decades in the business!

'A friend once told me, I am the most socially palatable person that she's ever met ...'


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