Greek Revival Manor Sells for $2.5M on the Chattahoochee River (PHOTOS)

Greek Revival Manor Sells for $2.5M on the Chattahoochee River

SOLD | Built 2003 | 15,287 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 1.25 Acres
3977 Sweet Bottom Drive, Duluth, Georgia, United States, 30096
A gracious Greek Revival-inspired residence exuding Southern charm has sold for $2.5 million in Duluth, Georgia. The magnificent mansion, situated along the Chattahoochee River in Sweet Bottom Plantation on a 1.25 acre property, hit the market in 2019 for $4.19 million. The large motor court invites family & friends into the luxurious interiors with features such as handsome mouldings, hardwood floors, furniture quality panelled study, multiple fireplaces and light-filled rooms. The stunning kitchen offers the best of today’s on-trend appliances and lighting with an abundance of custom cabinetry. The living spaces flow beautifully for large or intimate gatherings or just family! The very spacious upstairs master retreat has three walk-in closets and a spa-inspired bath with tranquil river views. Take the four-floor elevator up to the four additional en suite bedrooms or down to the fun-filled terrace level for a workout and a plunge in the indoor spa pool, catch a new movie in the theatre or a rousing game in the billiards room. 

Truly resort-worthy, the outdoor living spaces are off the mid-level kitchen/bar area devoted to pool service and full bath, ideal for entertaining or everyday enjoyment. Another completely private space, guest/in-law suite with fireplace on a wing off to itself. Take a stroll down to the serene seating by the picturesque river with a good book or take a puppy walk with a frisbee. Three oversize garages will easily handle multiple vehicles with a generous turnaround on the side of the home. Amenities abound within this incredible estate. Many of the top Golf Clubs are situated in close proximity to Sweet Bottom Plantation. The property was on the market for $3.49 million with Burma Weller of Sotheby’s International Realty.














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