This English Manor estate is located at 201 Traditions Drive in a gated golf community called Echelon in Alpharetta, GA. It was built in 2006 and boasts 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 4 bathrooms, 2-story great room, formal living and dining rooms, huge gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, catering kitchen, gym, sauna, home theater, panic/storage room and lots more. It is listed at $3,749,900.

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  • Swimmer

    The exterior is really bland ( all one color) and the interior has too many colors, but other then that, I actually like this home.




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  • Mak

    What’s ENGLISH about it? I see no architectural features that define it that way. It looks like a big tract house to me.




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  • Cole

    Don’t really like the living room. Overall, it’s an ok house….




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  • Grrrowler

    Meh… I’m not sure in what part of the country you’d find this England.

    The exterior looks like two smaller townhouses connected via a common wall. The balance is completely off on the front facade. As for the interior, if it’s an English country house, why so many faux French details? Oh, right: If it’s French it’s classy. I hate the over-sized pseudo parquet de versailles floors. It was a terrible idea to lay the floor at a 45 degree angle under ceiling beams running parallel to the room. As for the baby poo colored paint on the walls, that would be the first of many things to go. I don’t hate the master bedroom layout but the paint and the curtains have to go.




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    • Barney

      I’m right there with ya’ on the front exterior, Grrrowler……it’s a hot mess. No pleasing continuity or proportions…..waaay too busy. As for the back yard, it’s a CRIME that there’s NO pool…..IN GEORGIA, on a LOT THAT BIG…..DURING THE SOUTHS’ GOD-AWFUL SUMMERS….inexcusable, as far as I’m concerned. As for the interior, I like it more than dislike it……I quite fond of the color schemes, and I don’t think the alternating floor and ceiling designs fight each other at all….with ceilings THAT high, no problem. But I’d still definitely put a beautiful, large & complimentary area rug in the living room. And, are you calling the master bedroom paint color “baby poo” or another room? Also, I very much like the stone fireplace treatment…..it’s perfect.




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      • Grrrowler

        It’s more the living room that is the offensive shade of yellow, but I don’t really care for any of them. I’m a fan of color in houses, just not these colors.




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