This timeless mid-century modern pad in Buckhead has been the temporary residence of Ryan Gosling and Australian actor Liam Hemsworth. It’s served as the ultra-cool setting for an Usher video with Rick Ross and BET’s “Being Mary Jane.” Its backyard pool is shaped like a martini shaker. And it’s available as a short-term rental — probably for more than you can afford. Built in 1959 by Atlanta-based Jerry Cooper, the co-founder of Cooper Carry architecture firm, The Ridgewood House has become a popular haunt for celebrities filming in Hollywood South and a hot location for film, video, commercial and print projects. Tucked on more than one acre of gated privacy, the property spans 5,000 square feet, with four bedrooms, five bathrooms and perks like computerized lighting, a Koi Pond and Japanese gardens, Miele and Sub Zero appliances and heated hardwoods in the master. Rental rates aren’t specified.
· The Ridgewood House [Site]
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