saleoftheweek_oct1 4530 Fairway St., a 1936 Spanish-style beauty, was gutted and remodeled this year. photography courtesy of Allie Beth Allman

This million-dollar home belongs to a valet? Well, yes—but he owns the valet company. R.P. Payervand, owner of RP’s Valet, recently remodeled 4530 Fairway St., a sophisticated, Spanish-style home built in 1936. It was gutted to the studs in 2009—yes, this year—so the house is practically brand-spanking new. What they added: lightly hand-scraped, wide-planked hardwoods, which I will have in my next life; built-ins; lightly textured walls; so much Ann Sacks tile you will think you are back in her showroom; Kalista fixtures and sinks; petal commode stool (isn’t that a lovely way to put it?); bathtubs with hand sprayers; bidet; and—this nets an A++ from me—a urinal! No more tinkle-sprinkled floors! Seriously, the tile work in this house—including hand-painted tile back splash in the kitchen—is worthy of an award. (I’m ready to move!) But just wait until you see the master suite; you will never want to get out of bed! It boasts a sitting area, sunroom, fireplace, oversize closet with built-ins, and a balcony overlooking the yard with mature trees. Price tag: $1.295 mil for 3,730 square feet, four bedrooms, and four-and-a-half baths. And this highly motivated buyer might just toss in a year’s worth of valet parking for your next holiday party. In this market, all you have to do is ask.