This beautiful brick mansion is located at 3633 Tuxedo Northwest Road in the sought after Tuxedo Park neighborhood of Atlanta, GA. The home was designed by William T. Baker and built in 1990. It boasts 5 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 3-car front-facing garage, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with terra cotta floor, family room, breakfast room, wood paneled library, media room, gym, game room, indoor basketball court, wine cellar and a wimming pool with spa. It was originally listed at $5.6 million and is now on the market for $3,640,000.

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  • Marie

    It looks too dated to me.




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  • Cole

    I agree, too dated. Also, it is way overpriced for ATL.




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  • Iemand

    Well, it might be a bit dated (the furniture that is) but it’s not bad.
    For example, I really like the front of the house, some will complain about the garage but I don’t mind. The tile floor is something I don’t really like, but that can be solved. The garden looks great with lots of privacy, nice pool.
    Only thing I don’t really need is that indoor basketball court. But you could eventually turn that into something you like.
    Not talking about price/location (cause I really don’t know anything about that in de US of A) it’s not bad.




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  • Architect 121

    I lived in Buckhead for almost fifteen years, before moving back to my home town in Alabama, and I remember this home when it was being built. I was doing a renovation to a clients homea few blocks away, and when ever got a chance I would walk over to the home and check out the progress. Back in the 90’s I was building grandiose mcmansions without any regard for classical architectural principles. I remember thinking that this home was a bit boring on the outside, but thanks to an epiphany I had around 2000, I can now recognize that the home, minus the front garage, is strictly adhereing to architectural principles, resulting in a home that, in spite of its size, is not pretentious, but elegant.




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  • Robert

    Hey Kenny, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the jquery image viewer. This greatly increases the functionality of your website and makes for easier navigation. Thank you sir!




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    • Kenny Forder

      You’re very welcome!




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    • Grrrowler

      Ditto!




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      • Swimmer

        AGREED!




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        • Iemand

          Same here!




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  • Grrrowler

    I do hate that garage in front. It just ruins the entire facade. Otherwise, I think it’s a nicely done classical design. I particularly like the massing of the rear facade as seen from the pool area. The interior needs some punching up, and a little youth, but it’s workable. I like the scale of the rooms but they’re just a little boring right now. I think the current price is much more realistic than the original asking price.




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  • CincyRob

    I also love the way the gallery is viewed on this site. It is almost better than the actual Realtor site where these homes are listed and in some cases is better.
    But this house is nice but definitely overpriced for the lack of amenities or bad quality of them.
    Media room should be an actual dedicated theater.
    Kitchen needs better countertops and a more neutral tone.
    Landscaping could use a splash of a bright color or two but other than those minor details the home is very nice. I could see it for 2.1 as is or 4.2 with the updates. Takes money to make money.




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    • Iemand

      I agree for some of your comments. I see this house more as a home then some McMansion. It feels like something where you can really live, and has a lived in look. Not something new and shiney to impress. You can have friends and family over and have fun. Not a house to impress, so I like it.

      About the mediaroom; i’ve never been in a house with a (dedicated) theater, but somehow I think a mediaroom suits better (especially in this house, see earlier) because you can use for more then only watching movies. It needs a bigger tv and/or a big screen with projector.




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