This French inspired mansion is located at 405 Old Homestead Trail in Johns Creek, GA and situated on 2.5 acres. It was designed by renowned architect Bill Harrison and built in 2000. It offers approximately 11,455 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 8 bathroom, foyer with sweeping staircase and hand-painted mural wall, formal living and dining rooms, wood paneled study with fireplace, gourmet country style kitchen with large adjoining breakfast room, family room with ship board ceiling and fireplace, private terraces off bedroom suites, game room with bar, home theater, 4-car garage with above office and more. Other features include a port-cochere, summer kitchen, covered patio, swimming pool, pergola with outdoor fireplace, tennis court and a batting cage. It is listed at $2,400,000.

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  • Limedaiquar

    You know when I was looking through the pictures I said this looks very 2001. And I read the description and whattayaknow..

    The rooms look decent although some bad design choices and that game room is….horrid. And I hate the brick, why do most homes in GA use that horrid brick? -__-

    But it’s cheap!

    Anyways, happy Cinco De Mayo!




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  • rob

    Nice enough. A lot of home for the money. Good solid architecture. Nothing fancy. Think they overused marble on the floors. Cannot decide if I like the staircase or not. Could use a new decorator.




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  • Daniel

    The nighttime shot is nice, but the brick is too weathered for my tastes. The interior has a few redeeming qualities, but the wood floors need to go immediately.




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  • lambskin

    It looks better at night. I hate the front entrance walkway with the grass-a PIA for womens’ heels. I like the idea but not for the entrance.




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  • Joejoe509

    Not bad, but I think the price helps this one a lot. This home has massive potential and with some smart updating you could probably actually get your money back out of it. Basically just change out the ugly brick, maybe add some contrasting materials and the exterior would be fantastic. The interior would need more upgrades than the exterior, but it looks like there a decent home underneath.




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  • Jeff P.

    I think this home suffers from bad photographs. Looks like it could have been presented much better. And it’s only a couple of miles from where I live – I’ll just write a check!




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