Boasting more than 5,000 square feet, five bedrooms, and six bathrooms, the dwelling was designed by Eric Rawlings and developed by Prime Design. There's a media room, garage, and picnic area on the terrace level.
Positioned in North Buckhead near Ga. Highway 400, this four-bedroom with an exterior style that could be called Greek Revival Ranch is touted as being lifted "right out of the pages of Veranda/Meticulous home." It has 2,632 square feet.
Atlanta’s most paranoid high-rollers and sheiks have probably caught wind of this new $17.5-million listing, which is alternately billed as a "modern fortress," "presidential compound," and "one of the world’s safest homes." WTF moments abound here.
This 1954 home is to be sold "as is" — dated wallpaper, soot stains included. With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,667 square feet, it sits on more than half an acre of (somewhat overgrown) property.
It’s not every day you find 3.5 OTP acres that front a private lake with a sandy beach, large pool, putting green, and personal dock, from which the agent suggests a buyer could "knock a few golf balls … into the lake." But inside, quirk abounds.
Following a minimalistic overhaul — and an infusion of European finishes — it's hard to believe this house dates to 1955. It listed in September at $1.2 million and now asks about $150,000 less, following a price reduction this week.
Joe The Basketball Player bought this nearly 14,000-square-foot house back in 2005, the year he joined the Hawks. It's located among many other large, ultra-luxury cribs on Londonberry Road in that gray area between Sandy Springs and Buckhead.