A State-Of-The-Art Atlanta Custom Home

Debra Johnston

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Very rare custom-built estate in Tuxedo Park. Built by a team of craftsmen, this residence’ attention to detail is exceptional. Imagine over 15,000 square feet of pure perfection located in Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhood. Custom built-in 2010, the owner spared no expense in every phase of the build. Starting with the exterior of hand-cut stone and limestone, triple locking mahogany doors and windows and slate and copper roof. The foyer has slabs of honed granite flooring, Venetian plaster walls, dramatic chandelier lighting by Holly Hunt and a double helix stair with custom iron railings with glass inserts. The central living room with Donghia lighting, is two stories of living space to maximize natural light, the views of the pool and property and exceptional entertaining space. Doors from every room on the main open to the loggia and the pool and outdoor Viking kitchen.

Design principles, Stewart Mohr Design managed the project and selection of all materials and finishes including the wide plank walnut flooring, lighting design, hardware, wall and tile finishes, molding design and more. Kitchen design by Design Galleria has a dramatic tile barrel ceiling and a honed marble island with a waterfall design. The fully finished terrace level has a wet bar, screening room with McIntosh equipment, billiards room and gym with a spa bath and sauna. Move-in ready with exquisite furnishings by Roberto Cavalli and Christopher Guy that are included in the sale. Home automation and security by Crestron, energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling, elevator. Award-winning landscape design by LandPlus and Associates.

Address: 421 Blackland Road NW, Atlanta GA 30342

Price: $9,000,000

For more information, please contact Debra Johnston at 404-312-1959 or [email protected]

Debra Johnston is the exclusive agent representing the Atlanta, Georgia real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of her listings here.

Photos courtesy of Debra Johnston 

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