Remodelled Neoclassical Château Asks $7.9M in Atlanta, Georgia

Remodelled Neoclassical Château Asks $7.9M in Atlanta, Georgia

$7,999,999 | Built 1985 | 15,015 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 11 Baths | 2.6 Acres
1230 West Garmon Road, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 30327

Sharing likeness with Le Petit Trianon in Versailles, France and situated on 2.6 acres of gated grounds, this Neoclassical-style home, remodelled by its current owners, is on the market for $7.9 million in Atlanta, Georgia. The property hit the market in March for $8.6 million. Enter the property through the gate and front gardens with plenty of guest parking, the two-storey marble entrance hall with a fountain greets and sets the tone for the rest of this estate. The grand entrance hall leads to the light-filled living room overlooking the pool and spa. A library/office is concealed to the left of the entrance hall by a huge door that has faux bookcases. To the right of the entrance hall is the banquet-sized formal dining room. Chandeliers throughout create the formal ambiance on which the owner is focused.

The grand kitchen features a ten-burner gas range with double ovens and all high-end appliances. This kitchen opens to the fireside breakfast room. An enclosed breezeway connects the home to the main level “man cave” with a gym, wine cellar, and family room overlooking the walkout pool and spa. The owners also created a two-storey owner suite connected by a staircase. There are also huge closets, bathrooms on each level, and double fireplaces. Currently, the owners use one level as an office and the other as the bedroom. The main floor also has two guest suites as well as an elevator. Upstairs has three additional guest suites in addition to the upstairs part of the owner’s suite. Listing details mention that the home can be sold furnished. This 15,015 square foot home is on the market for $7.9 million with Betsy Akers of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

















 











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