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Real Estate Deathmatch: North Fulton Decadence Edition

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You decide which Sandy Springs home is most absurdly opulent

This latest installment of Real Estate Deathmatch finds us in North Fulton, among some of the most affluent individuals and exceedingly lavish abodes north of Atlanta.

Today, two of the most expensive homes on the market in Sandy Springs will battle it out for the coveted title of North Fulton’s Most Weirdly Decadent Digs in this no-holds-barred battle of absurd opulence. Let’s get ready to rumble!

Weighing in at 7,197 square feet, boasting six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a listing price of $3.49 million, it’s …. 515 Chestnut Rose Lane!"

With a comparable gait, 1295 Heards Ferry Road struts into the ring at 7,085 square feet, featuring six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a $4.29 million price. This property costs more but appears closely matched in terms of over-the-top grandeur.

^ Located on eight acres — that's right, EIGHT acres — 1295 Heards Ferry (above gallery) has been featured in the Atlanta Botanical Garden tour, according to the listing, and includes a guest cottage, art gallery, pool, tennis court, gardener's house, chapel (why not), fountains, and extensive gardens.

^ At 515 Chestnut Rose Lane (above gallery), a well-heeled homebuyer gets "hand hewn cherry floors throughout," large master suites with sitting rooms and fireplaces, FIVE garages, a guest suite and, of course, a pool.

The competitors touch gloves, leaving only one question ...