This foreclosure is located at 6025 Blackwater Trail NW in Atlanta, GA and is situated on a little over 3.5 acres. The european style mansion was built in 2006 and boasts 22,000 square feet of grand living space with 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 3 half bathrooms, double staircase, elevator, 2-story great room, 2-story library, 4 kitchens, steam room and sauna, home theater, swimming pool, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $3,750,000.

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  • Scott

    Well, it has my vote for most nausea-inducing staircase…..




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  • Daniel

    Eh, I’m not a fan of the enormously long and narrow living room/foyer. Exterior entrance looks extremely odd with the slit windows framing the door. The rest of the interior seems to care about being loud and boorish and doesn’t take into account scale or proportions. This would be a perfect home for a sports star or a one-hit-wonder rapper.




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  • Jason

    ughh, by it for a song and tear down the heinous monstrosity.




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  • Grrrowler

    A good artist knows when the stop, and apparently whoever designed this place was not a good artist. The exterior is just so terrible it’s not worth wasiting any effort to discuss.

    The interior is actually good for a few laughs. Someone must have gotten a tremendous volume discount on moulding, otherwise I can’t imagine why so much has been used here. Or, maybe the owner thought that having so much would scream good taste (and how much money he/she had). The side doors into the living room (or is that a bowling alley with balconies?) look like giant fireplace mantels. The actual fireplace mantel looks as if it has drooped over time. The cove cove cove ceilings in several of the rooms set my teeth on edge. The master bath is not bad, but I hate the tunnel effect back-to-back mirrors give. And, I’ll be the first to admit that I would probably stumble into the tub in the middle of the night while wandering half-asleep to the WC. However, the best room is the two-story library; the upper level balcony would make a perfect place off of which the owners could throw themselves to end the nightmare of living in this place.

    Add another vote to Jason’s idea of simply tearing it down.




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  • Alex

    If i had the money i would buy it its pretty cheap price per sq.ft.




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    • george

      I totally agree. But I woukd put aside a couple of bucks to tone down the place.




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      • Stewie

        Same




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        • Alex

          yeah i agree with george




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  • D

    I love how most of the comments on here are just picking apart these houses. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this home, it’s stunning. For the record “Grrrowler” you should go back to grade 5 English. Wasting isn’t spelt “wasiting”.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Maybe you should follow him back to grade 5 English so you can learn to place apostrophes after the words “record” and “Grrrowler”.

      Of course, that’s just my opinion.

      …and no, this house is not stunning.




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      • JCasey

        Nova Ben, your comment is hilarious! Mainly because I think you mean “commas”, not “apostrophes”. A lot of people need to go back to “grade 5 English”. Hilarious!




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        • NOVA Ben

          Wow, I really did shoot myself in the foot there. Fair enough, in my heat-of-the-moment reply I used the wrong word…I suppose I had that coming, so I humbly give you a tip of my proverbial hat.

          As for the original comment to which I replied, I think the point is that, as Venom said below, Grrrowler is an excellent user of the English language and it’s sort of dumb to skewer someone with so pointless an insult.




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    • Grrrowler

      Thanks for the unsolicited advice D. For the record, a typo does not indicate a lack of grammar skills. All in all, I think my spelling was pretty good for being done on a phone. So, fuck you.




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      • Daniel

        Literally laughed out loud at that last sentence. Love it, and the fact that I’ve somehow escaped being called out by name on this one.




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    • Venom

      I have read hundreds of Grrrowler’s posts and I happen to think that his spelling and grammar are excellent, so whatever dude. If that is the best that you can come at him with is an obvious typo then you don’t have much.




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  • Venom

    It has to be torn down. Poorly planned and ugly.
    What is with the narrow great room, kitchen, master bedroom and upper sitting area? The stupid double staircase that sucks up so much room is truly stupid in an already cramped foyer.




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  • Mark

    It is beautiful. I will take it. Get over yourselves.
    I bet it is a nicer home than any of your homes.




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    • NOVA Ben

      You’re playing around with mightily subjective issues. I would opine that my 1,000 square foot apartment, with oh-so-boring neutral walls and cheap furniture is a HELL of a lot nicer than this place. At least I don’t feel like stabbing my eyes out when I look around my apartment.




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      • Mark

        Oh come on….Occupy homesoftherich




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        • NOVA Ben

          …whatever.




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        • Nightmoves

          Great comment. I hate the staircase, but love the rest of the house.




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  • Jake

    First and foremost everyone that is complaining about the narrow rooms needs to understand that in many cases the camera angles required to photograph from the floor to the ceiling somewhat alter the way the room looks in reality vs. what you see in photos. I am a real estate appraiser and in MANY cases of homes (like the subject) with rooms this large, the FMLS photos do not at all accurately represent how the room looks in person.
    Next I am just curious where this square footage came from as it is GROSSLY misleading and overstated. Our firm has appraised this property and it is nowhere near 22,000 sq. ft. It is 8,061 sq. ft. for the main and upper level, and the basement is approx 5,500 sq. ft. In addition, the basement area (regardless as to the amount of finish, or how much is or is not “daylight”) is NEVER included in the gross living area of the subject property. I know this may be splitting hairs as many laymen (especially real estate agents) lump it all together to give potential buyers the impression the home is much larger than it really is. However, even if the basement and upper levels were added together, they were not come close to 22,000 sq. ft.
    I agree with Mark – those who are so critical need to glance around your living rooms prior to making a negative comment and see if it is similar in quality and construction as the homes of which you are not very approving.




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  • marie

    It’ll probably go for half the asking price.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I can’t find much to like here…the library is actually neat, but everything else is a disaster…the proportions are very awkward and it looks like a lot of effort was put into making the home shout visually, so it all ends up looking like it’s trying waaaay too hard. I also think they should not have used brick as the exterior material…at least not in this shade. And what is the point of a porte cochere if the garage doors are still accessed from the far side of the home? The way they’ve done it here, it’s no different from a conventional side-load garage, except for the fact that here, you have to walk outside to get to the main part of the home. That’s just dumb design.




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