This stunning estate is located at 1867 West Wesley Road in Atlanta, GA. It was built in 2001 and boasts 5 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a beautiful curved staircase, formal dining room, formal living room with double sided fireplace, amazing wood paneled office, family room, billiards room, yoga room, home theater, gym, game room, golf simulator room, wine cellar, patio, outdoor living area with fireplace, swimming pool with spa, and a large pool house. It is listed at $12,500,000. This home is the definition of elegant. I love the interior decor and it feels very warm and inviting.

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Truly Buckhead’s finest estate home! This very special home is set on 3+, private acres. This home is a very unique combination of a comfortable family home with gorgeous entertainment areas and resort like amenities. This home has it all! Enter the two story entry foyer with its gracefully curving staircase and look through to the wall of French doors opening from the formal living room to the broad stone terrace and manicured rear garden. The handsomely paneled library with bookcases and a fireplace opens to your left and the stunning dining room with silk finished walls opens to your right. There is a butler’s pantry with a wall of climate controlled wine cabinets and a wet bar with a refrigerator and ice maker. The kitchen is incredible with two large islands, top of the line appliances and a charming breakfast area with a fireplace. The family room opens off the kitchen and is anchored by a fireplace. There is an incredible home management office with built in desks and bookcases and soaring ceiling topped by a belvedere. A handsome pool room completes the main floor. There is a spacious guest suite with luxurious bath on the main floor. There are four bedroom suites on the second floor. The master is the most beautiful bedroom suite you will ever see. The walls are finished with warm chocolate fabric. There is a fireplace in both the sitting room and the bedroom. French doors open to a private, broad stone terrace. The master bath is exquisite with marble finishes and a lovely crystal chandelier. The daylight terrace level is spectacular! There is a full spa which includes a massage room, steam room, sauna and bath. The home theater is professional quality with sparkling stars twinkling in the ceiling. There is a golf room with a full sized, electronic golf simulator. “Play” all of the world’s most famous courses without leaving home! There is also a full sized gymnasium with mirrored walls, a game room, play room, wine cellar, wrapping room and project room! Oops! I almost forgot the yoga studio! Outside there is a gorgeous salt water, heated pool and spa with outdoor kitchen and outdoor living room with fireplace. There is a private guest suite/studio apartment over the pool house. The grounds are private and lushly planted. The home is wired throughout for Smart House by Crestron. The attention to quality and detail is unsurpassed throughout. This home has it all!

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  • Daniel

    They did a very good job at blending classical with contemporary. Home theater could have had more details and more thought could have been put into the seating, but very little I would change with the home. I’d maybe add some century old oaks to frame each entrance to the driveway and gate the driveway, but that’s about it. One of the best homes in Georgia that I have seen in a while, and Buckhead is actually an area that is well-known and very affluent.




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    • Grrrowler

      I like the theater better than many I’ve seen recently. I don’t like them to be overly ornate and this one hits a nice balance. You’re sitting in the dark in the room a good portion of the time so what good are a million details in the joinery anyway? The seats may not be fancy but they look like they’d be comfortable for spending a couple or more hours in.




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      • Daniel

        http://tktheaters.com/portfolio.html

        If you’re going to show off that you have a home theater, why not REALLY show off?




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        • Grrrowler

          If you’ve got a multi-million-dollar mega mansion, anyone visiting you knows that you’ve got the bucks to move into the thing in the first place. Having an over the top theater is sort of gilding the lily isn’t it? Plus, there’s a line between classy and kitschy that shouldn’t be crossed.

          My favorite “home” theater isn’t in a house, it’s on one of Roman Abromovich’s yachts: http://i370.photobucket.com/albums/oo142/Grrrowler/Pelous_Theater.jpg?1283530350




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          • Daniel

            Love the yacht, not so much the theater (And if we’re talking Abramovich yachts, I think Ecstasea has a much nicer profile than Pelorus). I’m not into the whole chaise lounge chair type setup. Seems we have something else to disagree on. Something about the TK theaters that I love. Maybe it’s the ego talking, but my home theater would be very very ornate. Ticket booth, concession stand, multi-tiered…I’d have all of it 😉




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          • Gatsbyesque

            Grrrowler, I TOOOOTALLY agree with you. I really dislike ornate home theaters. They don’t look warm or comfortable at all, and lack the sense of privacy one would imagine would be important when planning such a space. IMO, it defeats the purpose of having a HOME theater. “Gilding the lily” indeed. The Abromovich theater is perfect. *right-click+save* It’s been added to my wishlist.




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  • Marcus

    It may be nice but this is not Buckhead’s finest estate. – Not even close to some of the mega manisons there. This house sold for 7,250,000 back in 2007 and now the new owers think they can ask 12,500,000 in this economy. What cloud are they living under? In this economy they may get 4-5 Million in 3 or 4 years.




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    • george

      At last, a teller of truth.




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  • Charlie

    Beautiful. And the rear of the house looks even better than the front!




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  • Venom

    If you state a home is the finest in an area, it should be the finest in the area.
    It is nice for sure but not even close to being the finest in Buckhead.
    Those kind of bold statements only serve to get you in trouble and should be avoided unless you hands down have the best house.




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    • Marie

      Agrees, it is a beautiful house as far as the exterior. Some of the interior is too dark but I think overall it’s a nice place.




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  • Grrrowler

    Beautiful house, both inside and out. Whoever did the interiors, and they are clearly professionally done, know what he/she was doing. It’s a great eclectic mix and looks elegant and comfortable at the same time. There’s a little too much brown/beige for my liking but it works. I love the choice of art works too.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Agreed about the art works!




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t know if anyone noticed the light fixtures above the kitchen island and the breakfast table. The “candles” are actually made of wax with LED lights in them. I was in a house a few weeks ago that had these types of fixtures in the stairwell, kitchen, bathrooms, and as some wall sconces in the bedroom hallway. They aren’t ridiculously expensive but they work amazingly well and put out a lot more light than I expected, and look really nice too.




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  • Nalin

    very elegant, classy and usable




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  • architect 121

    Absolutely beautiful! This is a classic elegant mansion that is not gaudy or pretentious like some of the new “mansions”




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    • architect 121

      I just noticed this. Is it just me or do both the tub and shower in the master bath look a little bit small?




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  • Gatsbyesque

    This home seems to be a lesson in understated elegance with eclectic touches here and there. I LOVE the library, and the foyer is lovely. I’d change the kitchen considerably, though.




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