This European inspired mansion is located at 9005 Old Southwick Pass in Alpharetta, GA. It was built in 2001 and features 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, grand double marble staircase, formal dining room, oval shaped wood paneled study, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen, octagonal breakfast room, 2-story family room with wet bar, 2nd floor loft, billiards room with wet bar, gym, home theater, patio with swimming pool and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $3,995,000.

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  • Hugh

    Love that office




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    • Kenny Forder

      Me too, it’s gorgeous 🙂




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    • Brian

      I’ll third the motion. Not much else to love, though. I wonder if they’ll sell the office separately?




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      • Chris

        I fourth that. That office is truly amazing. Can’t find an office that great in many other mansions




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  • george

    Nice house. It has the rare qualities of a homey feeling, an impressive look, and a near fair price.




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  • Limedaiquar

    It looks like some kind of atrium ranch on the outside but…like others said the office is nice. And thats about it.




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  • Daniel

    This is the Georgia I know and hardly love…




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  • Grrrowler

    It is exactly what I expected when I read “Alpharetta, GA” in the title.




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  • lambskin

    Not a fan of this house. The library and pool (although it should have been cleaned before the picture was taken) are nice. I like the kitchen but don’t know about the two-toned floor. HATE the staircase and balcony/two story living room. The dining room seems to be in the front of the house-far from the kitchen-awkward.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The facade really irks me. A lot.

    The interior is depressing.

    Done.




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  • Marie

    Probably will sell for about 1.5 million. I give this house a C +




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  • David

    Yeah CC OF THE SOUTH Is old and highly overrated. Most homes in there were built in 1985 to early 90s with exception of a few built in 2001 to 2008. I’d buy in Sugarloaf or TRC. And homes that were selling back than for 1.8 in ccos are still being sold today for same price with no remodeling being done.




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