This charming English manor home is located at 1200 Bellaire Drive NE in Atlanta, GA. It was designed by Harrison Design Associates and built in 2009. It boasts approximately 8,050 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, formal living room, formal dining room with Limestone fireplace and coffered ceiling, wood paneled billiards room with Limestone fireplace and wet bar, gourmet kitchen ( which was featured in Beautiful Kitchens and Baths Magazine 2010), family room with vaulted ceiling, 2nd floor office/tv room, home office, 2-car garage and more. The basement is framed out for a game room, wine cellar, gym and home theater. Outside there is a covered loggia with fireplace and Wolfe grill, slate patio with fire pit, koi pond, potting shed and room for a pool! It is listed at $4,400,000.

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  • John L.

    I don’t like the exterior at all, but I think the interior is very nice.




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  • lambskin

    The paneled hallway is beautiful. There is a lot of velvet in this house…




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    • John L.

      Yes there certainly is! I didn’t notice how much there is until you pointed it out.




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  • Grrrowler

    I can’t say I’m a fan. I like the back better than the front, but the exterior looks too much like a small English church to me. I want to like the interior, but I don’t. Even looking past the furniture that I don’t care, there’s something missing. In many of the rooms there are very few details; a more thoughtful interior design could fix that but there’s not a lot going on. As-is, the interior feels remarkably impersonal.




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  • Brian

    I have to agree with Grrrowler overall. The exterior is needlessly bland due to the color of brick, lack of any trim/accents, say in stone, and windows/doors too small in relation to the facade. There is some nice woodwork inside, but overall this looks too generic. Authentic Tudor always makes an impact, but this design just is utterly lacking in that regard. There are better, and comparable, period houses in the Midwest at a fraction of this price that are actually quite memorable.




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  • Daniel

    The master bath is nice…




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  • James

    EWWW MY EYES!!! :O




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  • NOVA Ben

    The exterior is okay, but I agree with Brian that the windows & doors look too small for the facade.

    The interior is pretty nice, but the detailing is lacking overall. I do like that each bedroom has its own personality though. The lot looks pretty decent, it looks to have a good amount of privacy and it’s set way back from the road. Just okay overall.




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  • Ted

    the exterior is just ok, but the interior is great.




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