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In Sandy Springs, stylish 1980s overhaul boasts pool, wall of beer taps for $1.1M

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Steam shower, dual-sink kitchen, saltwater swimming hole complement 4,200 square feet near Chattahoochee.

A remodeled home from 1984 in Sandy Springs that’s for sale.
Very little ’80s left in this area.
Georgia Associated Realty

Fans of saltwater pools, 1980s nostalgia, and free-flowing beer could find much to admire at this revamped Sandy Springs property, now asking $1,089,000.

Offering a beefy 4,200 square feet and bones from 1984, the house is tucked in the coveted Rivergate community, a couple of miles OTP near the Chattahoochee River.

Behind a mostly stone facade that shouts Reagan Era—despite updates and what looks like commendable upkeep—find a soaring living room, no shortage of massive windows, and a sterling eat-in, dual-sink chef’s kitchen.

Plus, beer taps. In the wall. During football season. (Although one, we’re told, is reserved for sparkling water).

Refreshingly bright and never cramped, the five-bedroom, three and 1/2-bathroom interior is the work of “an award-winning Interior Designer,” per the listing, and it shows.

Just in time for Thanksgiving planning (it’s two months away), the dining area can fit a whopping 28.

The master suite counts a steam shower, “air bubble tub,” and marble galore. Out back is a saltwater swimming hole with adjoining spa and inviting lounge area.

And if more than 4,000 square feet won’t suffice, the unfinished basement (not picture) is apparently massive and stubbed.

The place last sold in 2011 for $436,000—obviously prior to renovations.