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Tudor-style estate sits quietly in heart of Buckhead for $6.5M

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The hustle and bustle of the city fades away upon entering this 1925 home sequestered in Peachtree Heights West

Landscaped yard and stone exterior of house.
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Although it may not be “Buckhead’s best kept secret” as the listing alludes to, this European estate is still quite impressive.

For starters, follow the private gated drive through lush, landscaped grounds and across the stone bridge to the three-car garage with its two-bedroom, two-bath guest suite.

From there, the Tudor-style home unfolds across 8,610 square feet with two levels. Built in 1925, this six-bedroom, seven-bath home features a number of design features that epitomize old Europe.

The exterior boasts such recognizable features as steep, multi-gabled roof lines, windows in groups of two or three, and arched entryways.

This carries over to the interior, with its arched doorways, exposed beams in the vaulted ceilings, and plaster walls.

Outside, raised gardens, stone pathways and fences, and vine-covered walls continue the impression of a European estate that’s been around for centuries rather than decades.

Even the swimming pool and pool house are tucked away behind a stone and wrought-iron fence amid the landscape, giving the pool house the appearance of a garden cottage hidden in the greenery when viewed from a distance.

And for the $6,500,000 asking price, potential buyers could have a secluded European retreat on 2.8 acres close to all the dining, shopping and entertainment Buckhead could offer.

Living here, though, most certainly would seem as if it were worlds away from in-town living.