Location: 1270 Club Cove Drive, Greensboro, GA

Square Footage: 15,000+

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 12 bathrooms

Price: $10,900,000

This grand waterfront mansion is located at 1270 Club Cove Drive in Greensboro, GA and is situated on 5.7 wooded acres. It was on the market before at $13 million and has now been re-listed for $10.9 million. Built in 2002, the home features over 15,000 square feet of living space spread over 3 floors. The 1st floor features a 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, formal dining room, 2-story living room with wet bar, library with bathroom, the master suite, a gym, gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar and breakfast room, pantry, 2 powder rooms for guests, ahuge 2-story “Trophy” room with wet bar and fireplace and a 3-car garage. All of the main rooms on the 1st floor open up to a massive stone terrace with outdoor living area and fireplace, BBQ area and bar, infinity swimming pool with spa and a sweeping staircase leading to the lake.

The 2nd floor features two bedroom suites on one side that share balcony and two bedroom suites on the other side that also share a balcony. One of those bedroom suites also features a home office. There is also a n in-law suite above the garage complete with kitchen and living/dining room area.

The lower level features a wine cellar with tasting room, a recreation room, a tack room with vault, a bunk-bed room and animal display rooms. The homeowner really loves taxidermy as you can tell by the dozens of animals throughout the home.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Erica for the tip

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  • Daniel

    Exterior screams clubhouse. Interior thumbnails looked promising but upon closer inspection it’s a bust. Shrine of death room couldn’t be tackier.




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  • Venom

    I agree, when I saw the exterior I thought golf club or spa and resort. May or may not appeal to everyone. They might want to take down all the dead animal heads. Some people may like it, some may not, but the ones that don’t will walk right out the house and never look at it ever again.




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    • george

      As someone who not only would walk, but fire the agent who took me there, I couldn’t agree more.




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  • Grrrowler

    This is one of those houses that looks better from above than from ground level; that is not a good thing. The windowless tower above the entrance makes it look unwelcoming. Inside, the hall of death should have everything taken off the walls.




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    • Venom

      I rather like the windowless tower in the front, it makes it easy to mount your Olive Garden sign or Shangri-La Resort & Spa sign or whatever business that you choose to run out of this place. 🙂




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      • Grrrowler

        Lol! I had not thought of that, but you are absolutely right. I’m picturing a big neon “Macaroni Grill” sign. And, the hall of death could become a monument to the animals killed to make dinner. It couldn’t look any worse with chicken and cow heads on the walls.




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  • Erica

    You are welcome!!!!,A huge fan 🙂




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