This lavish French Provincial style mansion is located at 3605 Tuxdeo Court NW in Atlanta, GA. It was built in 1990 and boasts 17,599 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase and marble floors, grand formal rooms, office, library, in-law suite with living room and kitchen, home theater, 4000 bottle wine cellar, covered patio, manicured lawns, swimming pool, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $7,250,000.

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  • John L.

    I really like this house, even though we have another instance where the exterior and interior don’t really match.

    I do like the Art Deco interiors, and a lot of the artwork is very nice. The grounds are beautiful, and I love the pool.




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  • Daniel

    For the most part, I love it. The front facade is beautiful, but the lot is tiny. The rear of the home is not nearly as well done as the front and looks very bulky from the birds-eye. I agree with John regarding the interior. Gorgeous, modern design without being overly crazy. I am curious to know what I’m looking at in photo 4…is that a bar back there? The incredibly dark lacquered paneling makes it a nightmare to photograph but I like the look of it. All the other rooms look beautifully done. I think the marble clad walls in the bathroom are phenomenal. The cherry blossoms and pool top it off very nicely.

    Gripes with the house include the lack of a third french door in the living room (as-is it looks disproportionate), dining room table needs to go, three chairs in the theater need to go, a TV needs to go where the mirror is in the first bedroom, and both mantles need to be replaced in the bedrooms (they look lost in the room).




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  • Grrrowler

    For the most part I really like it. The whole package somewhat reminds me of a Parisian townhouse that’s been modernized . There are a few decorative choices I would change, but I could see moving in as-is.




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  • Venom

    What a mess.
    17,000 sq.ft but most of the rooms are too small is the first problem.
    Then there is the awful mix of modern and traditional.
    What is with the rugs from Target in the bedrooms and that cheap table in picture #7?

    The kitchen is nice but it is the wrong kitchen for that house. There should be a Clive Christian kitchen with nice Le Cornue stoves and ovens, not a Poggenpohl/Bulthaup kitchen.

    The theater looks cheap. For $7 million your theater should not look cheap.
    The bathrooms are nice, but the second one should be bigger and wider.

    The foyer is gorgeous, but really seems small in the photos. It does not do that staircase and floor justice.




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  • rob

    This is by far the most architecturally interesting house in that neighborhood. I love the exterior although the lot is pretty small for 8 mill in Atlanta. You usually get a lot more land for that price in Atlanta. I would need to run comps on the neighborhood to see if the price is justified. Overall I really like the interior decor but in some places it is trying too hard to be ultra sophisticated. The Warhol like prints are overdone and the dining room is a total loss but overall I would say the decorator did a great job. Needs a little personalization by the new owner though. I like the house but would like it on a bigger lot and a little more privacy.




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  • david dempsey jr

    i love everything about this house except for the cheap dining room…reminds me of candy and candy designs with the mix of modern and classic and antiques. not something you typically find in Atlanta (which is a good thing)




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  • Iemand

    Can anybody guess who high/tall (what’s the correct word for this) ceiling is?
    Looks like the ceiling is pretty high/tall.

    I really like the house; I could move in as it is right now. But I would change the theater; looks bad and cheap?




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  • Marie

    The exterior looks good, like most of the interior. Not sure though I’d want to pay for a house that’s more than 20 years old nearly $8 million. Maybe about half that.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I initially cringed when I saw the 1990 build date, but I found myself pleasantly surprised by the interior photos. Certainly not what you expect after the exterior, but it works surprisingly well. The modern look is refreshing, and honestly I have to say this usually isn’t my cup of tea but I like it. I’d love to see that black room in person, the one photo of it doesn’t give a good idea of what’s going on in there, but I like the look, it looks like a very classy night club-ish vibe. I want to like the kitchen but I just don’t…it’s too cold. I do like the exterior as well, but it’s crammed onto a tiny lot, which I have a problem with. Overall I like this.




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