Here are more pictures of the newly built 27,000 square foot French inspired mega mansion located on Long Island Drive NW in Atlanta, GA. Check out all of the amazing details!

*Thanks to Jeff for the pictures! His company did the home’s tilework.

  • Jason

    wow! this a really beautiful and well done home. I don’t think I would build myself a French Norman home, but the style is very appealing and an understated classical type that oozes refinement, class and taste. it reminds me very much a French Norman home just completed here in Highland Park recently….

    http://larryboerder.com/projects/48.html




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    • Joejoe509

      Nice house Jason! Good call! I especially like the interior!




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  • William

    Do you know if this house is for sale ?? I think I see a ” For Sale ” sign one of the pictures .




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  • george

    Of all the homes you have ever posted, this is my favorite.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Really? Why is that? Do tell! =)




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  • george

    I feel many houses are too elegent. French proviential for example. This is a main line style while not becoming commonplace, like Georgian Colonial in Greenwich Ct. Also it will stand up to 135 lb. dogs, and grand childred ages 2,5,8, and 11. It shows quality not pretense. Also private, not isolated.by the way please forgive any spelling mistakes, it’s 4




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    • george

      4 48 in the morning and I can’t get to sleep.




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  • Daniel

    It looks like a very well done home. The scale of the interior and exterior spaces looks good. The only really issue I have is the odd brickwork around the garages in photos 6 and 7…I wouldn’t have extended the brick out by that 2nd floor window.




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  • Grrrowler

    It looks ever better up close. The details are beautiful, and seem very well done. I’m afraid I do have a complaint however: I would rather have seen the entire interior have a more rustic look instead of the formal rooms being given some grandeur. Still, it’s a beautiful house and a great version of a French country manor.




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  • lambskin

    I too love this house-timeless elegance and unique style. But is anyone else bothered by that huge stone wall in the front?




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  • Joejoe509

    Awesome! Big thanks to Jeff! 🙂

    It’s a bit more “authentic” than I expected. I got a chance to check out Jerry Bonner’s other work and he seems to lean toward that level of authentic appearance so I guess it shouldn’t be that surprising. The craftsmanship is quite apparent and everything is very well done. Even under construction you can see all the little details that make this house a quality one.

    This house is amazing. The whole package is pretty spectacular. I can only find small complaints that don’t really mean anything. I think that there is some inconsistency between rooms and styles. Some rooms are opulent and some rooms are actually somewhat plain. I don’t know if that’s necessarily a major fault, but it’s worth noting. I like the exterior a lot more than the interior.

    I know some will disagree but I love the stone wall. Not a lot of houses could pull it off, but this one does and it looks fantastic. Kenny, this is my kind of imposing. Love it. I like how the garage area looks like a little European village – it’s probably my favorite part. Like Daniel, the upper darker brick is upsetting to me and I can’t quite understand why. I think it’s because it looks tacked on – like an afterthought to reduce mass and break up a boring slab. I absolutely love the layout and the grounds are fabulous. All other comments can be found on my previous post.

    Would I live here? Definitely yes. It is 100% my style? No. I think it’s a little too authentic French Mediterranean for my tastes. Given the opportunity I would gladly spend millions on this estate. It’s a damn fine home and it easily lands in my top 5 faves. 🙂




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  • george

    I totally love the house, my only fear is that after reading what we all said about it, the builder will put it for sale at 56 million. Actually starting at 68, reducing to 52, then raising it to 56. Go figure.




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    • Joejoe509

      As if any of us are ever going to buy it. Just kidding. I know what you mean.




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  • CEM

    This is an ugly ass house




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    • Limedaiquar

      Lmao!




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    • NOVA Ben

      Hello, troll.




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  • Limedaiquar

    My only complaint is in pic’ #3 those windows on the lower left have no though into how they were placed with like some space on the left side but not on the right. I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night knowing it looked like that.

    But other than that it’s nice.




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    • Jason

      I see what you mean. I think it’s just the perspective of the shot which is slightly skewed from the right. I’m fairly certain that if you looked at the elevation on plan ( which is not a natural view and doesn’t represent curvature) you would see the two slender windows aligning perfectly with the center line of the two arches.




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  • Tony

    Hey Kenny, do you know if this house is in BUCKHEAD? If not what area is it in?




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  • Tony

    This is a beautiful home, I love the exterior, especially the way it looks at a distance in the first photo, it looks like an old world European mansion, only thing i don’t like is that the interior has different styles going on, it looks country in some areas and french in some areas, i like the french style the most, I don’t really like the country looking parts of the interior and I don’t think i like the stairway




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  • Tony

    I’m thinking this house is in Sandy Springs, GA. They should have built it in Buckhead which is the most exclusive part of Georgia.




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  • Arvin

    This house was finished a while ago. It’s located in the Buckhead area unless it is technically on the Sandy Spring/Buckhead city border. In either case, it’s 5 minutes drive south of 285, and actually 5 minutes from my old high school.

    There is a bridge over a canal between the main road and the property lot in addition to the walls behind it. What I don’t like about the house is that it’s placed right at the end of the property line. They had to elevate the house tremendously, hence the retaining walls at the front as the back of the property was already elevated with dirt.

    http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/8479/lidrnw.jpg




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  • Hunter

    This house and estate is really something. Very beautiful and stylish. I love the whole look of the place. When I’m making millions, if this place is for sale, I’m picking it up!




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