This Craftsman style home is located at 7506 Island Mill Road SE on a Lake Allatoona deep water lot in Acworth, GA. It was built in 2006 and boasts 8,500 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 7 and a half bathrooms, handcrafted moldings, 3-story grand room with huge central fireplace, gourmet kitchen, beautiful master bathroom with steam shower, recreation room with custom bar, home theater, deep water private party deck and more. It is listed at $2,100,000. I absolutely love all the woodwork in this home!

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  • Grrrowler

    It feels more lodge/cabin-like then craftsman to me. But, it could make a nice vacation home. The outside is a little plan, but the stone portions are nice. The inside looks warm in spite of there being some large spaces. Some areas come across as looking a little too DIY, like the master bathroom. That aside, with the right decorator it would be a warm and comfortable house. I’m not sure I’d pay $2.1 million to be way out in the GA woods.




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  • Hugh

    Amazing great room. Best cabin i’ve ever seen.




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  • Daniel

    Completely not my style. Reminds me of something you’d see in “Last House on the Left.” A Georgia cabin? At least there is a lot of room to hang a confederate flag. Overall it feels derelict and has zero appeal to me.




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    • Mak

      Oh Daniel…why so negative? 😉

      These great rooms…here’s my beef with them. They transmit sound all over the house. They’re fine if its isolated from the more private parts of the house (such as bedrooms) but as its designed here, its just one big noise chamber. Without significant textile decorating, you would be able to hear everything.




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  • Tay

    haha! Is that really a deepwater dock ?




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m a much bigger fan of the interior than the exterior, although some shots of the home during the DAY would give a much better idea of what exactly this house actually looks like. As Grrrowler said, I would hesitate to call this style “craftsman”. It is indeed more lodge or cabin style, maybe even with a tiny bit of contemporary tinges hinted by the windows above the entry. Inside, as Kenny said, the woodwork is very pretty, although it borders on overbearing in some areas. My heart sank when I read the phrase “3-story grand room”, but it actually sort of works here…I’m sure the interesting ceiling angles and that big fireplace help a lot to break up the massive open space.

    Overall the home is very warm and inviting, and will only be more so when it’s actually furnished and decorated. The only things I really DON’T like are the exterior design and the placement of that garage/guest house structure…it’s almost like you have a whole other house crowding your home like in a subdivision. The size of the lot may have prohibited placing it further away, but it looks too close to me.




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