This newly listed European inspired mansion is located at 4701 Northside Drive NW in Atlanta, GA. It is situated on 2 lush gated acres and features a large motor court. Built in 1998, the stately home features approximately 14,387 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 4 half bathrooms, foyer with rotunda and staircase (although it’s not really grand), formal living room with fireplace and 3 sets of French doors, paneled office with fireplace, formal dining room, detailed trim and moldings throughout, country style gourmet kitchen with 2 islands, breakfast room, family room, recreation room, billiards room, wine cellar and an apartment with kitchenette. There is also a 3-car garage, covered patio, terrace and a swimming pool. It is listed at $6,700,000.

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  • Daniel

    If they got rid of that horrible yellow inside and out it might be nice. Exterior reminds me of something we’d see in Russia albeit more tasteful. Interior has some nice rooms (living, dining, master). Kitchen needs to be gutted and the rear of the home looks strange with the overpowering steps.




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    • NOVA Ben

      That’s funny, my split-second reaction from the thumbnails had my mind screaming “RUSSIA”




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  • Grrrowler

    Enough with the yellow already! Granted, it’s not beige, which is a very refreshing change. Someone was also a little too generous with the Persian-style area rugs, but I do like the touches or red used throughout. Get rid of some of the yellow, and there’s a decent house underneath. The kitchen is meh, at best, but the dining room is beautiful. I agree with Daniel that the back of the house looks wonky, and could have been done better.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Gee, think they like yellow? Yellow aside, this is underwhelming to me.




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  • rob

    Gorgeous home. As a fan of imperial Russian architecture I like the color. I also like the exterior. Does anyone know what this style is called? This reminds me of the Russian estate we had a few days ago. I think this is very tastefully decorated, but am not a fan of the tub. It looks more for show than for use. The rooms are all quite large and well laid out. I like the home and the price seems pretty reasonable, but I think it will go for about 2 mill. less in this market.




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  • Eric

    I like this foyer and staircase a lot better that all those tacky double staircases we have been seeing. I blame Candy Spelling for starting that trend…LOL.




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    • mak

      I agree. The front staircase is quite traditional, and beautifully executed.

      As everyone else has said, there is entirely too much yellow. Time to call in a painting crew.

      Lovely home.




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    • NOVA Ben

      You know, I hadn’t paid much attention to that staircase until your comment, but I appreciate it so much more now that you pointed it out. Nice to see an elegant but functional staircase in place of the more shouty kind we see more often.




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      • Eric

        I prefer that kind of staircase because you can hang a lot of art on it. It is much easier that those curved walls. You can also pause on that landing for a dramatic entrance. I don’t mind the yellows…just not so MUCH of it. A green and blue room here and there would be a relief. (Thank Goddess for that red library)




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  • ZigZagBoom

    A few positives: at least the roofline isn’t “smooshed a la So Cal” by height restrictions, the foyer & staircase as others have noted, the forecourt that leaves the facade unfettered by “foundation” plantings. Overall, pretty tasteful for Atlanta. I would NOT expect the buyers to be showing up soon on Real Housewives…but I could be wrong about that 😉

    Negatives: You’d have to really like yellow, although at least for the exterior I think it works. And…though it’s at least away from the house, the American-style landscaping (random clumps of ornamental grasses, trees in the middle of beds, etc.) looks ridiculous on such a European-seeming house. Needs to be redone to match the what would be seen over the pond…low clipped BLE hedges, rose standards, geometric designs, etc.




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  • Chris

    Either Russia or dollhouse. Both words describe this house perfectly.




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