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Exhibit A: High Cost Doesn't Have To Mean Bad Taste

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This $10 million stunner in Buckhead's Tuxedo Park has been on and off the market more than George Clooney, but that's not indicative of inherent flaws. In fact, the 20,000 square-footer proves that ultra-luxury doesn't have to mean gaudiness, even in Atlanta, where homes over $5 million tend to suffer from Aladdin-style fantasies. The custom-built King Road property, subject of an Architectural Digest feature, hasn't wavered from its $10 million ask since we first featured it three years ago, though it could have changed hands in that time. Highlights include the pool house with Nana wall doors, the five-car garage, the black-floored indoor basketball court — and everything else. Monthly payments are in the $40,000 ballpark, which prices out 99.9 percent of the populace, but in a hot market and improving economy, surely some big fish will soon bite. Right?
· 435 King Road [Estately]
· Ginormous New Buckhead Home is Surprisingly Tasteful [Curbed]