1929 Philip T. Shutze-Designed Georgian Revival Brick Manor Asks $8.99M in Atlanta, Georgia
$8,995,000 | Built 1929 | 9,286 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 4.77 Acres
330 Argonne Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Designed by architect Philip Trammell Shutze and built in 1929, this 9,286 square foot Georgian Revival brick home is on the market for $8.99 million in Atlanta, Georgia. Listing details: Situated on nearly five beautifully landscaped acres, this historically significant 1920s Georgian Revival brick home was designed by one of Atlanta’s great twentieth-century architects, Philip Trammell Shutze (1890-1982). Over the years, the property has gone through several extensive renovations to modernize the living areas and owner’s suite for today’s lifestyle with still paying homage to Atlanta’s rich history. The front facade and back porch were transformed by acclaimed architects Spitzmiller and Norris, and most recently, Stan Dixon, along with designers Amy Morris and Beth Webb re-envisioned the interiors, adding back 1920s architectural details. Expansive but welcoming rooms flow from a dramatic foyer with a gracious, curved staircase and views to the manicured back, English gardens. The dining room, kitchen and butler’s pantry extend off one side of the foyer and the living room and library off the other. The sunlit kitchen has been renovated with Calacatta gold marble countertops, a custom zinc and nickel range hood, a new central island, and porcelain subway tile, two ovens, two dishwashers, and graphic, black-and-white hand-painted wood floors by artist Raymond Goins.
The kitchen overlooks the breakfast room and large, sun-filled family room featuring a fireplace, vaulted ceilings with wood beams, and extensive, built-in bookshelves. Completing the main level is the owner’s suite with a private sunroom, his/her closets, and a gorgeous 1920s-styled bathroom with a book-matched marble floor, a custom glass shower door, his/her vanities, and a highly polished freestanding Waterworks tub nestled into a niche framed by a fluted wall. Upstairs are four additional bedrooms with three full bathrooms, extensive storage closets, and a large third-floor playroom/office that is filled with sunlight and views to the front and back gardens. Landscaped to perfection, the backyard is an entertainer’s paradise with a bluestone slate patio, two grills, PebbleTec pool, pool/guest house, barn, and flat grassy area. The 1,800+/- square foot pool/guest house was recently updated by Stan Dixon and features one bedroom and two bathrooms, a kitchen and living space, and two-car garage which gives the home six garages in total. The home is located in the heart of Buckhead in close proximity to local public and private schools, and the best shopping and restaurants the area has to offer. The property is on the market for $8.99 million with Sam Bayne of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty. Follow Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty on Instagram!
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