This brick mansion is located at 3665 Moye Trail in Duluth, GA and is situated on an acre of land. It was built in 2008 and boasts 12,316 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double staircase, formal dining room with butler’s pantry, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen, wood paneled family room, home office/library, 4-car garage and a terrace level with custom bar, recreation room, home theater and a gym. It is listed at $2,900,000.

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  • Limedaiquar

    I mean,…I’m TRYING to find something I like about it….




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  • Daniel

    An aside: Dear Agents,

    There is absolutely nothing attractive with the photo style used above. The slight fuzziness and over-saturation would be appropriate if you are selling…a candy store. For homes, stick to just snapping the shots. Danke!

    As for the home, we’ve seen worse. It’s amazing how you don’t even half to view all the photos to know that this was either Georgia, Texas, or Tennessee. Given the price, the interior ain’t so terrible. The single dining room window is terrible. Everything else is sub-par but, as I said, not terrible.




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  • Grrrowler

    I can only hope this isn’t owner-occupied since it looks like it’s been very badly staged. The sports jerseys in the rec room make think that maybe it is. Either way, it’s pretty depressing. The bricks and stone on the front facade make it look way too busy, like a jumbled pile more than a house. The “landscaping” is more hay than plants and needs serious help. I also don’t get the point of moving the garages into a motor court yet keeping them fully visible from the front of the house.

    On the inside, I dislike most of it, but there are a few details here and there I could live with: I like the dome in the foyer, but not the foyer itself; I like the chimney breast in the living room, but it doesn’t fit the space; the library looks pretty nice (especially compared to the rest of the house) but needs better furnishings, more book shelves, and some actual books; and, I think that’s about it. The master bedroom is way too big, and I simply don’t understand having a huge master bedroom, and then leaving it mostly empty. Acres of poorly fitting beige carpet (look at the ripples near the edges!) are nothing to be proud of, and definitely nothing that should be emphasized by leaving it uncovered.

    It’s a lot of space for the money, but it’s not a winner.




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    • Joejoe509

      Completely agree. Well said. While this house is mostly nice in most areas, it ultimately falls flat. What an unremarkable home…

      I just want to add: If you take away the over saturatation of the pictures, you’re left with a borderline McMansion home. This is perhaps a step or two above a McMansion. But just barely…

      If I had to pick a favorite part, I would would say it’s the master bath. It looks quite comfortable and intimate. The dome is pretty nice but I’ve seen better. I kind of like the detail in the entry/foyer windows. I usually like a porte-cochere, but this one is not impressive.




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  • Marie

    This house is just dull that’s the best compliment I can give it.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Okay, it’s not heinously terrible. After the last few homes, I feel we’re beginning to move in the right direction, if only slightly.

    Inside has some nice woodwork, and I do like the library. A lot of the rest is overblown, like the entire foyer and the kitchen cabinetry, for example. Other spaces, like the master bedroom, is underwhelming. I don’t like when there’s a sitting room that hogs all the windows and leaves none for the actual bedroom area. Outside isn’t overly awful, but I would’ve picked red brick to pair with the stone instead of the light colored brick here.

    It’s not terrible, I just wouldn’t want it. Next!! 🙂




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  • Joseph

    Can someone say Mcmansion!

    I don’t care how large it is. I’ve seen many like this. Sure the interior is nice, but it is so uninspiring throughout. Stick that in any wealthier subdivision built after 1990 and it’ll fit right in, complete with an SUV and tree-less landscape. The packers carpet is hideous also. I’ve seen few things that are as tacky.

    I really wish people would stop building this nonsense and stick with good old craftsmen homes, cape-cods, Tudors, Victorian houses. If you have money to build a nice house, please make it look nice. Give it a Persian rug pattern, parquet flooring, less cavern-like ceilings, and a less pretentious design.




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  • Rocco

    The double staircase to the basement is absurd and a waste of space.




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    • Joejoe509

      Ha. I don’t know why I didn’t notice that before. I guess my brain assumed it was the same stair case as the entry. Other than for symmetry’s sake, it is pretty absurd. Good call.




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