18 November 2020

12,000 Square Foot European-Inspired Stucco Mansion In Atlanta, GA

Located in close proximity to major highways, shops, Downtown, and Buckhead, 3377 Nancy Creek Road NW in Atlanta, GA is a grand European-inspired mansion that was built in 2002 and situated on just over two acres of land. It boasts an open and warm layout that accommodates both formal and informal living.

It features approximately 12,360 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms, nine full and three half bathrooms, two-story foyer with double sweeping staircase, an elevator, two-story great room with fireplace, formal dining room, a butler's pantry, gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, breakfast room, a keeping room with fireplace, family room with fireplace and vaulted ceiling, two-story home office/library with fireplace and spiral staircase, two additional staircases, garage parking for five cars, an expansive walkout terrace level with family room with fireplace, wood paneled billiards room with wet bar, wine cellar, recreation room with fireplace, and much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court with fountain, a portico, loggia with BBQ kitchen and fireplace, open and covered terraces, and an infinity-edge swimming pool and separate spa. 




BATHROOMS: 9 full, 3 half

LIST PRICE: $5,250,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Meredith Mansfield of Atlanta Fine Homes SIR

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  1. The front elevation somehow invokes thoughts of Andrea Palladio. The interior fairly drips with class, especially the fireplaces and joinery. The rear elevation, with its balustraded staircases and superimposed terraces, is inspired. All these superlatives are justified by the reasonable asking price.

    This mansion does its job. It rewards its owner with gracious living, and testifies to his status and good taste. It also speaks well for itself, with enough intrinsic character, style and craftsmanship to impress visitors on its own.

    Kudos to the architect, and his master builder.

    1. Marvelous assessment my friend! Would you believe that pretty much of the rooms featured in this post are virtually staged? Pretty good illusion huh!?


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