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Top 10 most expensive homes sold in Atlanta this year

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Surprise! Pretty much all of them are in, or around, highbrow Buckhead

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In September, this Tuxedo Road mansion sold for nearly $4.5 million.
Listing by Ansley Atlanta Real Estate, LLC.

As decadent 2018 draws to a close, it’s high time to take a look at the extravagant houses Atlanta homebuyers splurged on most this year.

To no one’s surprise, pretty much every property on this Top 10 list, ranging in price from almost $4 million to nearly $9 million—practically pocket change, compared to New York City’s big price tags—is located in, or around, north Atlanta’s tony Buckhead district.

Without further ado, take a peek at the 10 most expensive houses sold in Atlanta in 2018, according to various listing services.

2000 Garraux Road NW: $8.92 million

Listing by Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International

Spanning nearly 10,000 square feet and sited on a roughly four-acre lot, this European-style home in Buckhead’s posh Paces neighborhood found a new owner in early 2018. The house boasts five bedrooms, seven full- and four half-baths, and smart home tech throughout. More pics over here.


1690 West Paces Ferry Road: $7.5 million

Listing by Keller Knapp

In mid-November, this 2008 build, called the “Woodland Hills Manor,” claimed $7.5 million, boasting eight beds and nine and a half bathrooms. The estate features a movie theater, pool, outdoor terraces, and a dining room with a “minstrel gallery.”


2167 Mount Paran Road: $5.88 million

Listing by Hirsh Real Estate Specialists

Settled just north of Paces Ferry Road, this six-bed, eight-bath, plantation-style home was snagged less than two weeks ago. The circa-1967 structure flaunts “classic style with modern European touches,” and it comes with a two-bedroom guest house.


3540 Knollwood Drive: $4.97 million

Listing by Palmerhouse Properties

In Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park neighborhood, this estate sits on roughly two acres and offers high-end amenities, such as a hot tub, outdoor fireplace—one of seven—and a poolside cabana.


3625 Tuxedo Road: $4.42 million

Listing by Ansley Atlanta Real Estate

This White House-esque home, bought in September, offers six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms inside its 63-year-old bones. Flaunting Greek Revival-style architecture, the house was redesigned in 2006 by Norman Askins.


401 Argonne Drive: $4.35 million

Listing by Dorsey Alston Realtors

Near central Buckhead, this 2011 stunner features “soaring steel windows, exposed beams, venetian plaster, oak floors, European hardware, and custom ironwork.” It also holds a four-car garage, a gym, and a chef’s kitchen that opens up to a patio overlooking the pool.


1191 West Conway Drive: $4.15 million

Listing by GAMLS/Maximum One Realty Greater Atl

Apparently still under construction when listed, this 10,500-square-foot mansion claimed more than $4 million in April, promising eight beds and eight and a half baths. It also features a finished basement, pool, outdoor hangout with a fireplace, and, of course, a movie theater.


1035 Nawench Drive: $4 million

Listing by Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International

Designed by architect Stan Dixon and designer Jackye Lanham, this stone manor claimed $4 million in September, boasting “100-year-old reclaimed heart pine flooring and beams, 10.5-foot ceilings, [and] extensive floor-to-ceiling woodwork.” The Colonial-style home spans 11,000 square feet and features six beds and eight baths.

The seller was well-known sports agent Pat Dye Jr.


1350 Mount Paran Road: $3.99 million

Listing by Beacham and Company Realtors

Built in 2017, this mansion offers high ceilings, his and hers closets, and an outdoor fireplace by the pool. It’s also an easy drive from the Chastain Park Golf Course.


2805 Normandy Drive: $3.97 million

Listing by Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International

In May, this manor near central Buckhead sold for almost $4 million, boasting five beds—two master bedrooms—and six baths. The two-story dwelling, with a brick and stone facade and wood-shingled roof, also offers “secret office accesses off the main level library.”