Filed under: Estates
On Tuxedo Row in Atlanta many of the houses were built in the past few years and yet have the look of much older homes, mainly because they pull a lot of materials from other places. Last time we did an estate in this area we found an English estate. This one is lavished with French charm.
The home's foyer uses reclaimed flooring from France and the dining room has wood panels taken from an old chateau outside of Paris. The living room features antique Zuber panels and a marble fireplace and the study/library has a brick masonry fireplace with an 18th century mantle. Things are more modern in the kitchen with a Viking gas range with grill and double ovens, two Traulsen refrigerators and a Bosch dishwasher. The master suite is on the main level and has two bathrooms. There are four bedrooms total. Other details include a wine cellar, a laundry room with a pet washing area and an exercise room. The yard includes a fountain, a pavilion with a fireplace and a greenhouse but no pool. This home is listed at $5.995 million.