Cool Tudor Style Mansion In Atlanta GA Being Sold For $2.2 Million

outdoor view of tudor style mansion in Atlanta GA

If there’s one thing the Buckhead section of Atlanta GA is known for, its luxury. This affluent district is all about large homes and expensive cars, and living in the area certainly comes with a price. In fact, the area has even been nicknamed ‘Bankhead,’ and it’s become a popular spot for the rich and famous. Well, those who have been eyeing real estate in the area will be happy to know that there’s a new home on the market. Recently, the personal home of architect, Tim Adams, was listed with an asking price of $2.2 million. It goes without saying that a home that belonged to an architect is designed to near perfection, and this home is no exception.

The Tudor style mansion is being marketed as a “master piece” and “one of the finest (homes) in Buckhead.” Constructed in 2006, the 2,246 square-foot home boasts a gorgeous layout, six bedrooms, a saline pool, a wine cellar, and a three car garage. Despite being less than a decade old, the home features a classic appeal with beautifully detailed craftsmanship and hardwood flooring throughout. Sure, there are lots of great properties in the area, but anyone looking for a beautiful home in Atlanta GA’s Buckhead area will certainly find this one hard to turn away from. With a gorgeous design and all of the modern and classic touches a buyer could need, this home probably won’t be on the market for long. Check out some photos of this beautiful $2.2 million Tudor style mansion in Atlanta GA.

classic tale bathroom with free standing tub

large bedroom with canopy bed
bedroom with canopy bed and vaulted ceilings
formal dining area with detailed woodwork
kitchen with marble island
casual kitchen dining area
living room with large window
wooden archway leading to sitting area
hallway with beautiful hardwood flooring
hallway with beautiful hardwood flooring
backyard saline swimming pool

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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.