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For $3.2M, four-level Sandy Springs manor flaunts movie theater, random log cabin

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Because who wouldn’t want a 19th-century cabin in the backyard?

Three-story brick home with covered front porch and columns.
How to mind your manors in Sandy Springs.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Metro Atlantans looking for a Kennedy-esque compound can skip Cape Cod and hightail to Sandy Springs, where this 1986 brick traditional manor, a charming guest house, and even a 19th-century log cabin are offered on a gated three-acre estate.

The four-story main house encompasses a massive 13,162 square feet, including eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. But that’s just the beginning.

Other rooms include a home theater, an expansive art studio, a recreation room with bar and wine cellar, and a gym with a sauna.

The interior details are pretty spectacular as well, with elaborate millwork in the formal living and dining rooms, the paneled library, the wood-trimmed tray ceilings in the recreation room, and an abundance of built-ins throughout.

There’s also no shortage of color, starting with the green kitchen and moving to the blue office and the black-and-gold wallpapered master bathroom.

Outside, the home offers beaucoup potential for entertaining thanks to the covered decks, the resort-style swimming pool with waterfall, and plentiful patio spaces.

The quaint cottage provides an additional bedroom and bath, while the 19th-century log cabin adds rustic charm. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t include interior photos of the log cabin, so potential buyers are left wondering what’s behind that rather modern white door. If anything.

All in all, the asking price of $3,195,000 appears to be on target for the location, lot size, and, of course, having not one, but three dwellings on the property.