This brick and mortar manor was built in 2006 and is located at 4810 Marina Southeast Lane in Mableton, GA. It boasts 10,555 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, gourmet kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, family room, library, gym, home theater, pub, game room, billiards room, two laundry rooms, piano room, saltwater swimming pool with spa and a 4-car garage. It is listed at $1,800,000.

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  • Daniel

    Wow. For under $2 million, it seems like a good deal. No idea how the location is, but the house has some nice elements to it.

    Exterior. I don’t really like how the lot slopes. If it were me, I would have made this house look really crazy by continuing with the usage of the small windows around the front entry. Just have every wall with at least 4 of those windows.

    Inside I don’t know if it works with the outside, but I like it overall. The foyer is nice, but the living room looks super small. The office and family room look nice as well. I would redo the kitchen and get rid of those bean bags in the theater. The billiards room is nice, but does it really need a 2nd full kitchen? Master bath isn’t too bad as well, though the marble used is a little dark for my preferences. No thanks to the saltwater pool.

    For the price, it seems you could do a lot worse. Where exactly is Mableton though? Is it nice or is it so-so?




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  • Venom

    Beautiful, worth every penny.




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  • organbrett

    I love the Corinthian columns out front, HOWEVER, they look so out of place on this home’s facade, it’s not even funny! Someone on this list recently stated their preference for symmetry, and that it exactly what the architect should have kept in mind when designing this house. I’m not saying every home should have it on their facade, but if you are going to work in a semi-classical style, symmetry is one of the most important elements. I hate the kitchen, the bath is okay (not my choice in colors, either).

    I have watched a home that is in foreclosure in Granite Bay, CA (rich district of Sacramento). It has the same type of floor on the home theater! I would think it would be distracting. What style of home is this (below)? It certainly has Middle Eastern influences. (see palm tree design on foyer ceiling). Maybe Kenny could do a post on it because I’m curious what you all would say. Look at the semi-precious stone slabs lighting up behind the bar (outside theater). I’ve seen this done under the bar top, but never where your legs go! Here’s the link:

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/8914-Collina_Granite-Bay_CA_95746_M14480-23426




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    • Swimmer

      Is it the Granite Bay mansion on Collina ct.? I also love that home! I live just a few minutes from it… I agree about the movie theater flooring though 🙂




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    • Grrrowler

      That’s quite a house for $4,000,000!




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    • Daniel

      Stunning home. However, it looks like the same general floor plan has made it here as well!

      1) 8600 Twin Lake Drive, Boca Raton, FL

      http://www.premierestateproperties.com/luxury_real_estate/florida/palm_beach/boca_raton/R3061803.aspx

      2) 16031 Quiet Vista Circle, Delray Beach, FL

      visualtour.com/applets/flashviewer2/loader.asp?t=658808&sk=200&dm=bestbrowardproperty.com

      However, the California version is certainly the best. Move it to a lot in Le Lac (Boca Raton) and I’ll add it to my long list of dream homes!




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t like any of it, even after looking over the pics more than once. None of it works for me. The outside is a jumble and is way too complicated and messy. The inside isn’t terrible, but I just don’t like it. The Gone With The Wind curtains don’t help any of the spaces. Some of the rooms, stripped to bare walls and redecorated, could be OK, but even the size and scale of most rooms doesn’t look great to me. I particularly dislike the kitchen; it’s really just a galley kitchen stuck in the corner of the family room. The master bedroom ceiling is way overdone and overly complicated. The master bathroom is probably my favorite room shown, but even then it’s not special. I can’t stand the dark brown walls. The theater is OK, but ultimately it’s just a roughly square room with some chairs and a screen. The price for the size seems decent, but if I were looking to spend about $2,000,000 I wouldn’t look twice at this place.




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  • Tamara

    The gone with the wind drapes,thats what I was thinking! Sometimes people should step away from there own taste in order to sell a home. It needs major staging!




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