This European style mansion is located at 3157 St Ives Country Club Parkway in Johns Creek, GA. It was built in 1990 and is situated on 0.65 acres overlooking the golf course. It boasts 13,735 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room with wrap-around balcony and French doors, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, stunning indoor garden room with fountain, wood paneled home office, paneled study in master suite with wet bar, home theater, billiards room, gym, ping pong room, custom mahogany bar, sauna, covered patio for entertaining, swimming pool with spa, basketball court, 3-car garage and more! It is listed at $3,185,000.

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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    Nice one! Not too bad a price, as well. I’ll take it.




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  • Al Robinson

    Normally I’m not a fan of the homes that look “rich”, with dark walls, floors, and ceilings, but the more I look at this home, the more it’s growing on me. I am in love with the back, with the porch and pool. But I’m also really liking the billiards room, bar, and theater too. That screen is huge! Overall, this is a very nice home, and I think the price isn’t bad either.

    Plus, the front looks sweet, especially with those statues.




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  • george

    The house is beautiful. The furniture is beautiful. The only problem is the small lot. It would be perfect if it were on 2 to 4 acres.




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  • Daniel

    Something tells me if this interior was transferred to a home in South Florida, people would be crucifying it…

    The exterior looks like a John Henry home. Very over-the-top and too busy. The interior is extremely kitsch, though I admit it would probably be very comfortable this time of year. The room in photo 14 (is it a bathroom) is beyond crazy, but I do like it.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’ll be the dissenting voice. I hate it. To me it’s just another over-styled, nouveau riche, golf-course-facing, bloated tract home. There are some rooms that could be very nice if they were decorated properly, but only a handful. The foyer has the ubiquitous horseshoe staircase, which I can’t stand. The kitchen layout isn’t bad, but there will be a lot of walking for anyone actually preparing a meal. The hammered metal ceiling and terrible chandelier need to go. The office has some potential but it needs doors between it and the foyer. The proportions of the living room are absolutely terrible, and the balconies don’t help at all. The ceiling in the family room is plain weird. Some of the bedrooms look like they could actually be comfortable rooms but the master bathroom is awful. There are too many colors and patterns going on, and the homage to a Roman temple (which is repeated elsewhere) doesn’t work for me.

    Anyway, I don’t like it.




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    • Jason

      oh thank goodness! I thought I was in Twilight Zone with all the gushing and favorable comments this house was getting. It is horrible and typical and designed by someone who does not have a keen eye foe pure architectural detail for someone who has no architectural reference or design acumen. it does have some warm cozy aspects about it, but not enough to warrant any distinctive merit. and the wicker furniture looks like 70’s porn leftovers that make me want to gag!




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      • Mark

        Spooky…




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  • weisser

    I don’t like flashy gaudy house. These terrible lions + the ugly over-porch + dreaded double staircase (who needs of the double french staircase?) + Uncomfortable double windows + tasteless balustrades … I haven’t seen blue sky in the ceiling. Maybe it’s a architect glitch :-).




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