Pak Heydt-Designed Parisian Manor Sells for $4.85M in Atlanta, Georgia

Pak Heydt-Designed Parisian Manor Sells for $4.85M in Atlanta, Georgia

SOLD | Built 2000 | 10,962 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 1.19 Acres
3850 Tuxedo Road NW, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 30342

Designed by Pak Heydt and built in 2000 on a 1.19 acre lot in Atlanta, Georgia’s prestigious Tuxedo Park, this Parisian-inspired manor has sold for $4.85 million after hitting the market for $5.2 million in August. Chosen as the cover of Veranda, the 10,962 square foot home includes a main level offering oversized living spaces, ideal for entertaining. Beautiful French doors lead to walk-out courtyard with fireside pavilion. Sought-after oversized master on main with dual baths and walk-in closets. Upper level staircase leads to three secondary bedrooms and ensuite baths. Finished basement level offers luxurious amenities including wine cellar, recreation room and media room. This French-inspired home is encased in architectural details and high ceilings. The property consists of beautiful manicured grounds, fountains, motor court and 3-car garage. The property was on the market for $4.9 million with Bonneau Ansley of Ansley Real Estate. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

 



 



















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