This European style mansion is located at 2335 Sugarloaf Club Drive overlooking the 11th and 12th holes of the Sugarloaf Country Club in Duluth, GA. It was last on the market back in October of 2008 for $6,995,000. The 14,873 square foot home boasts 7 bedrooms, 9 full and 4 half bathrooms, grand double staircase, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, wood paneled library, recreation room, pub/bar, wine cellar, home theater, 5-car garage and more. It is listed at $4,695,000.

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  • Daniel

    This place looks like it reeks of potpourri. Some nice details here and there, most of it is too stuffy.




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  • John L.

    I’ll take the wine room and its contents, but I’d leave the rest. That fireplace mantle in the family room is ridiculous!




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    • BB

      It’s a double mantle!!! What does it mean???




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  • Marie

    They’d be lucky to sell it for $2.5 mil




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  • rob

    You sure get alot for your money in Georgia. But I would not choose this house. It just seems to be following a formula. Would love to talk with the builder and see how they chose the design elements. I think they just have a list they pick off of and then build.




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  • Grrrowler

    I will say that there are some rooms that could be nice, if they were redecorated in a way other than one which lets the owner pretend he’s a Louis with a roman numeral after his name. Some of the rooms are just write-offs; the kitchen needs to go completely, and the family room mantel, as was pointed out, is ludicrous. The outside…I just don’t know. It’s massive, and beige, and completely uninteresting.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I agree with just about all of what you said. I almost retched when I saw the kitchen. Everything is just too busy design-wise. There’s way too much going on, most of which is just ugly. The price sounds semi-reasonable, but you’d have to do quite a bit to make it more tasteful.




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  • Barney

    This WRETCH-INDUCING TUMOR makes the Liberace Museum look DOWNRIGHT TASTEFUL AND TRULY ELEGANT by comparison. I would LUV to have seen the ENTIRE design “process” (if it can even be called that….MUCH more like SLAUGHTER) and the “designers” and “architect(s) and WORST of all, owners who chose every last GHASTLY thing in this PERFECTLY PUTRID PROPERTY. Honestly can’t even look at it again ’cause I’ll HURL.




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    • Venom

      I don’t know Barney, I kind of like it.
      It is a little over the top in some places, but overall I think it is good.




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    • joejoe509

      Sheesh! There’s a lot worse houses on here that deserve comments this “passionate” much more than this house. Judging by the use of CAPS LOCK and your choice of words, you might just be looking for attention? The internet is full of comments intended only to stir the pot. You can’t possibly be quite this disgusted by this house.




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  • mattc.

    OK, I get the over the top comments everyone has.
    The exterior is not impresive at all.
    But if you take out all the guilded furnishings on the interior, the trim and detail finish is very nice.
    As always, I’ll never understand why these McMansion folks cram such a huge home on a typical subdivision lot.




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    • joejoe509

      I agree. This home is mostly okay, but just a hair too glitzy for me. If I had to grade it, I’d give a B+. Like most have said, the kitchen is easily the worst part. For some reason I kinda dig that mantle even though it’s totally over the top. 🙂 Personally, I wouldn’t put a TV in the great room. It looks out of place against that “regal” mantle. In my opinion the great room is for entertaining, conversation, etc – not watching TV. That’s what the family room or downstairs rec room is for. I do not like the staircase – it’s soooo cookie cutter and uninteresting. I hate it when staircases are fancy simply for the sake of being super fancy. The master bedroom is mostly nice with that double arch and fireplace.

      Overall, if they just toned down the whole McMansion/Royal Palace-Wannabe theme, it’s really not bad. I think some of the blame could be attributed to the furniture/decorations and that could be the staging company’s fault. With proper furnishings and a couple tweaks here and there, this would be a decent home.




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  • John L.

    I just realized that I hadn’t noticed the fine art over the bed in the master bedroom. I love that it’s very close to the family portrait on the easel.




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  • Monica S.

    This was the most lovely home thus far at this country club. In fact, I was surprised to read the rude comments. Truly, they lack taste, etiquettes, and class. Hopefully, God will make this be our home one day.




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