This bank owned property is located at 3780 N Berkeley Lake Road NW in Berkeley Lake, GA. It was built in 2008 and is being sold as-is. The home is situated on 2.26+ acres and boasts 10,602 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, formal living and dining room, library, gourmet kitchen, 2-story great room, family room, custom bar, elevator, swimming pool with fireside patio and much more. It is listed at an even $2,000,000 after being reduced by $1,345,000.

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  • Stewie

    Nah, not for me this one. Not too fond of the exterior (the cotswold style I presume) and the interior looks pretty dark, almost like a cave. Some people may find it ‘cosy’ and like these types of homes, but I’m not one of them




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  • Marie

    I like the exterior, I agree most of the interior is too dark.




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  • Daniel

    For the price it seems you are getting a pretty nice house. It does have some weird architecturally elements though, such as the crown molding almost touching the tray ceiling molding in photo 9, the strange cornices around the door in photo 8, and the small living room in photo 3. Dark yes, but it doesn’t seem so much as in the other homes we have seen this past week. It seems like your typical Georgian faux-mansion.

    If someone wants to live in the area, the home is probably a winner.




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    • Siobhan

      No ghosties in this one.




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  • Grrrowler

    Whenever a house is listed, “Sold as-is. No Disclosures” it’s worrisome. My first thought is “what’s wrong with it?” Maybe it’s just because the bank wants it gone and doesn’t want to negotiate at all.

    As for the house itself, it had potential. I like the exterior better than the interior. Like Stewie said, the exterior is sort of Cotswald-ish, but it’s not. The rubble stone is nice, but there are too many flourishes for it to be authentic. It ends up being “Fairy Tale Revival.” Even then, the front is fairly well-balanced and attractive.

    The inside has multiple personality disorder. In some rooms it’s a typical suburban custom tract house. In other’s it’s French Provincial. In others still it’s trying to be French country. In the end it’s just dark and uninteresting. A skilled decorator would be able to make it a comfortable home, but it would need some effort to make it stylish too.




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    • Venom

      It is sold As Is, because there is no warranty, it is not a new home from a builder and has no warranty.

      Secondly, there are no disclosures, because the bank owns it and they are selling it, not the homeowner. Therefore it is impossible to have a disclosure.




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  • Siobhan

    Though this isn’t necessarily my personal favorite style, I can certainly appreciate the quality of the workmanship. The detailing on the ceilings, cabinetry, and other woodwork make me think this property has real potential once it’s furnished and personalized.

    Does it come with a maid service to dust all that shelving? I suppose I could always have a stay-at-home husband do all the upkeep. And what about the water bill to keep the lawn that electric green? Seems to me that many homes in Georgia have brown lawns because of drought and water restrictions.

    All in all, I like this property. It offers a lot of visual interest without being too big for its britches or seeming architecturally “crowded.” (The exception being the moulding Daniel mentioned.)




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  • Nick

    The exterior is very ugly.The interior is somehow better, but it can’t saves the day…




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  • Kieran

    Adorable home. I think its really well finished and designed. Great price too!




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  • readyornot92

    So would like to know the architect given the design of this house. It’s beautiful!!! Any one know?




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  • readyornot92

    Or possibly the builder?




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