Built in 1928, this home has 6,000 square feet of living space and a new carriage house with a kitchen and bathroom.
The beleaguered but beloved red brick mansion on Peachtree Road at Lindbergh Drive has finally found a savior. This summer, NewTown Partners, an Atlanta-based economic development consulting firm specializing in historic preservation, will move the home to 78 Peachtree Circle, an empty lot in Ansley Park, where it will become the private home of company founders Christopher Jones and Roger Smith.
Golfer Davis Love, III, is selling his five-acre estate and horse barn on St. Simons Island.
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One of Ansley Park's oldest, this four-bedroom house has original features like leaded glass windows, pocket doors, and seven working fireplaces.
Is it a resort or a residence? Hard to tell with amenities like an enormous infinity-edge pool with poolside bar, lighted tennis courts atop a multi-level garage, and 17 acres of gardens and riverfront property.
About 150 miles from Atlanta, family-owned Russell Lands includes 14 neighborhoods clustered around the southwest corner of Lake Martin—a 41,000-acre reservoir awarded state “Treasured Lake” status because of its exceptional water quality. The community is about 40 miles from both Auburn and Montgomery.
When John Portman was a student at Georgia Tech, the now-nonagenarian was assigned the job of escorting Frank Lloyd Wright around Atlanta. According to John’s son Jarel, Wright told the aspiring architect, “You seem to be a seeker. Go seek Emerson.”
The only privately owned nuclear-proof bunker in the world is in Georgia, and it can be yours for $17.5 million.
Built c. 1785, this 47-acre property is registered as part of the National Historic Trail of Tears.