This is currently the most expensive residential listing in Atlanta, GA. It is listed for $14,500,000 and is located at 3410 Ridgewood Road. This custom French manor estate, which will be completed very soon, includes imported limestone floors and molding, a gorgeous limestone and brick exterior, and many more fine materials. The mansion contains 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a grand double bridal staircase, a 2-story great room, a family room, a home office, a home theater, a wine cellar, a limestone terrace, a swimming pool, and an indoor sports court that has 25+ ft ceilings.

  • Kenny

    I know!!! Its really annoying that they don't provide the square footage. The owner of Tina Fountain Realtors in Atlanta was telling me about it. He is annoyed with it too. I would guess that the home is over 15,000 square feet.

    yeah you're right. Evander's house is definitely more expensive than this one. I'm just saying that this is the most expensive house currently on the market.




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  • Anonymous

    Yeah, that is interesting what you guys are saying about the square footage. I wondered about that too.

    When Evander's mega-mansion goes on the market, how much you do think it'll be listed at, Kenny?




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  • Anonymous

    That is correct about the annoying Atlanta MLS and the lack of square footage.
    I was looking at moving there and was looking at potential houses and it was frustrating that you could not search by square footage.




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  • aria

    The last poster is right. I used to build houses with my dad in Atlanta suburbs and we always excluded the unheated area from the square footage. My dad being an architect would always calculate the exact footage by the map with some small margin of error due to the actual implementation of the map into the physical structure. In addition, we wouldn't include the stairs even though it would fall under the heated area. I knew some realtors even included areas like under the columned decks, garages, some patio, and stairs to an unfinished basements just to hype up the footage. I even encountered this builder who was counting Romeo & Juliet balconies (5-10 sqft max) who weren't even accessible, for crying out loud.

    And about this house. I drove around the Ridgewood road in early 2008 and this is an area that is sort of bounded by the Chattahoochee river to the west so there is some sort of seclusion to it. But I highly doubt the area is more expensive than other famous and well-known streets where houses go of higher prices. And from the looks of it, this house has absolutely nothing especial to it; as a matter of fact, there are several other newly built (perhaps finished in 2007 and 2008) in that neighborhood that literally dwarf this little tiny home. I am not a bit impressed and I've built houses ranging from 4500 up to 9000 sqft even though I've been out of development business since 2006. Of course, if you build a similar house 30 mins north of Atlanta, it won't go more than $2.5 million but then again, we don't have the exact footage. The only incentive to the price is the possibility of having a large lot (3-5 acres). However, driving through the neighborhood, I clearly remember that the lots had a number of flood zones with creeks and peppered with high hills and low valleys. Remember, this is an area close to the Chattahoochee river.




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  • Marcus

    You can see this house for yourself. It is the 2009 Atlanta Holiday House.

    Here is the web site with more info about dates, tickets etc…

    http://www.atlantaholidayhouse.com

    The house is 22,000 sq. ft.

    It is on a 4.2 acre lot.

    You can download a very detailed set of floor plans here:

    http://www.troystowe.com/content/propertyVideos/pdf/3410RidgewoodSitePlans.pdf




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  • Chance

    If anyone wants to see a video of this house go to youtube and search “Tre Tymes”, on his page he does a video of some of this house while he is there for a party, it looks pretty good.




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