This lavish home is located at 22 Chatham Northwest Road in the Tuxedo Park section of Atlanta, GA. It was built in 2008 by current owners Stan and Melanie Benecki. Stan is one of the premier luxury home builders in Atlanta and Melanie is the owner of Turner Davis Interiors and was named as the Southeastern Designer of the Year in 2009. So, it’s only natural that the interior of this home would be impeccable and beautifully designed. The 10,000+ square foot mansion boasts 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, formal dining room with stunning floors, gourmet kitchen, formal living room, casual dining area, family room, screened in porch with fireplace, a den inspired by 1970s Hermes, home theater, swimming pool and more. It is listed at $4,250,000.

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  • Cole@LavishProperty

    Love it – beautiful interior, amazing home theatre, lush backyard.




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  • Siobhan

    How soon can I move in?!? Love the kitchen (even with the nonsensical knee-height microwave) with seating for guests around the island. Very tasteful.

    What’s with all the slipcovers, though?




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  • Kieran

    Perfect so well done! Excellent post!




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  • Marie

    Agreeing with what everyone has said.




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  • Nick

    Sweet and livable interior.

    Nice mansion.




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  • Travis

    This is great. You can see why she is an award winning interior designer. I can’t decide if I like the front door being somewhat hidden behind a corner though.




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  • Daniel

    Nice home. I don’t like how you have to search for the minuscule front door though. Inside is very nice, though I would add more color on the walls. The ash dining room doesn’t seem very welcoming. I like the furnishings a lot.

    Price seems reasonable given the details inside.




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  • Jason

    this is an interesting post. this house was actually featured in Veranda magazine and the owner’s used an architect from Dallas (Fusch Architects) after driving through Dallas streets for influence. the article never featured the exterior, but the minute I saw the front elevation I knew who designed the home. it’s a larger, very close copy of a Highland Park TX home built in the late 90’s by the same arch. firm! I can tell you it’s a very elegant refined home. I’d be inspired as well. someone posted above about the miniscule front door, but it’s quietly set back and to the side. in person it would not read as “hidden” or tiny. the original recently sold for under 4 million here in TX and realter pics showed an elegant home, but more chintzy and traditional french than the modern traditional in Atl. I love the design of the above house and really, really love the ebony floors and pops of color throughout the monochromatic color scheme. I’m also in love with the dark charcoal colored morning room- very bold!




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  • Iemand

    This is the kind of exterior I like! The interior is not what I expected, but still nice. The kitchen is really nice (except the microwave; stupid place). The theater looks very comfy and way better than most theaters posted here. (I don’t like those big leather chairs, I prefer the comfy, fabric seats/couches.)
    High ceiling in the theater by the way.
    And the pool looks great, I looks a bit small but that might me an optical thing.

    From the front I doesn’t look like a 10.000+ square foot home which is (in most cases) a good thing. Like this one! 😀




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