The Bristol Townhomes
In 2016, TSW was retained as the architect for full design and construction document services for the Bristol Townhomes. This development consists of seventeen, three story townhome residences nestled in an urban infill site in the City of Chamblee, Georgia. The Bristol is centrally located within the popular, walkable downtown of Chamblee. Residents and visitors can easily access nearby restaurants, city services, historic antique row, and the adjacent Marta station on foot in a matter of minutes. The Bristol townhome community balances the best of urban living with the comforts of privacy and generous living spaces.
The Bristol’s site plan includes a paver lined front plaza with public art at the intersection of Peachtree Road and American Industrial Way resolving this corner and framing the townhome facades. Each unit’s front door connects to the public sidewalk, giving residents easy access to neighborhood amenities. Given the site’s wedge geometry, each townhome is custom designed to suite this unique existing urban infill condition. All frontages of the development have continuous, street facing facades. On the interior of the site is a private motor court that hides vehicular traffic and the rear loaded garages.
The townhomes feature a transitional aesthetic combining contemporary architectural design with the context of the historic neighborhood. On the exterior this aesthetic is expressed through a neutral color palette, building massing and materiality using brick as well as board and batten siding. Each townhome includes a front courtyard, open floor plan, 2-car garage, and a roof terrace amenity. These custom-designed townhomes are spacious, and light filled on the interior. The neutral color palette continues throughout in built in design elements balanced with clean, contemporary lines. These townhome sizes range from 3 to 4 bedrooms at 1,800 to 3,200 square feet. The Bristol Townhomes were completed in 2020 on behalf of Cablik Enterprises.
Photography courtesy of Cablik Enterprises