Location: 2858 Major Ridge Trail, Duluth, GA

Square Footage: 15,774

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $2,795,000

This traditional brick mansion is located at 2858 Major Ridge Trail in Duluth, GA and is situated on 0.7 acres in the Sugarloaf Country Club. Built in 2001, the home offers 15,774 square feet of living space with 3 master suites (one is currently being used as a gym), 4 additional bedroom suites, 10 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with double staircase, 2-story living room with fireplace, formal dining room, open concept kitchen/breakfast/family room area with 2nd staircase, paneled home office with fireplace, 2 laundry rooms custom bar with catering kitchen, billiards room, 12-seat home theater with open layout and stadium seating, wine cellar, upper and lower patios, covered porch with double sided fireplace, saltwater swimming pool with spa and a 3-car garage.

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  • Grrrowler

    The front facade isn’t bad, if you ignore the garage wing jutting out and ruining the balance of the whole thing. The interior is dark and dated, and wasn’t anything special to begin with. Whoever took the pics needs to learn how to properly light interior photos. I can say that it’s a lot of house for the money, if someone is interested in size over style.




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  • Daniel

    Ick. Dead grass. How dreadful. The home ain’t gonna win awards, but it’s a perfectly reasonable family home.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Entirely predictable for GA, but also entirely ignorable. I disagree with Grrrowler on the facade, I think it’s awful. The large expanses of glass with no latticework (I think the word is “muntin”?) to break it up just makes a home seem soulless, and even besides that, the window choices don’t go well together. The rear facade is better but still unremarkable.

    Interior is completely forgettable and quite dated. The kitchen is due for a gutting, but that two-story area adjacent to the kitchen isn’t as easy to fix and looks heinous. No thank you.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Yes, the facade is hideous. Atlanta can do much better.




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  • Marie

    Good price for home amount. Inside looks to dark. Reminds of one of those homes an athlete past their prime tries to unload to save money.




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  • Venom

    Yep, good house for the money, standard Georgia home. Definitely get that ex-athlete vibe also.




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