2017’s Top 10 Real Estate Sales in Atlanta

 

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421 Blackland Road NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30342-4051
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Sold $7,150,000 
7 Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths; 1.45 Acres
Built in 2010

Number 1 is back on the market after just a year.  Its listed for a couple million more than its last sale price.  It’s a beautiful home, fabulous location and may make the top 10 list in the future as well.  It took 8 years to sell the first time and with 4 years of  inventory at the over $2M price point it may take a while this time as well.

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435 King Road NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30342-4008
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Sold $6,400,000 
6 Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths; 1.38 Acres
Built in 2009

This home is beyond your wildest dreams as well and the purchaser actually bought the lot behind to make a larger yard for her children.  It seems a lot of Atlanta’s rich and famous are locating within walking distance of this home.  This one took 6 years to sell.

Number 3.

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2022 W Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
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Sold $6,000,000 
4Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths; 7,526 SqFt; 6.00 Acres
Built in 1931

This one didn’t take as long to sell; it was on the market for just over a year.  But with 6 acres at the end of a prestigious street and bordering the Chattahoochee River,  this was a rare find.

 

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1150 W Garmon Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30327-4402
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Sold $5,275,822 
Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths; 13,000 SqFt: 1.80 Acres
Built in2015

This one was theAtlanta Homes & Lifestyles  Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse in 2015 and sold in just 2 years.  It is undergoing extensive additions and renovations since its purchase as well.

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391 Argonne Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30305-2813
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Sold $4,800,000 
Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths: 0.71 acres
Built in2015

New Construction and location helped this one sell in under a year, but for only 80% of the asking price.  That’s a motivated and realistic seller!

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2922 Andrews Drive NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30305-2906
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Sold $4,710,000 
Beds; 5 Full Baths; Half Baths;
Built in1926

Originally designed by renowned architect Neil Reid and fully restored, this historic home is on 2 acres. Add to that its prime location and you can see why it made the top 10. This home was on the market for 2 years.

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1001 W Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30327-2649
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Sold $4,695,000 
Beds; 8 Full Baths; Half Baths; 18,200 SqFt ; 1.05 Acres
Built in 2010

Originally listed in 2010 as new construction, this sale price has a lot to do with square footage.  It was originally listed for $10M but ultimately sold for $4,695,000.

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80 Valley Road NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30305-1116
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                                                                            Sold $4,500,000                                                                                                             4 Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths; 7,211 SqFt; 4.43 Acres                                  Built in 1986 and remodeled in 2015

4.34 acres on a prime location on Valley Road makes this property worth its high price.  Originally listed 2 years ago, this sold for 72% of the list price.

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541 W Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30305-1054
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Sold $4,300,000 
Beds; Full Baths ; Half Baths; 12,060SqFt
Built in1926

After 2 years on the market, it is yet to be seen what will happen with this 1926 Schutze historic property that was once a Designer Show house.  There has been an application in for subdivision of the property, so stay tuned to what’s behind this purchase.

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3605 Tuxedo Court NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30305-1067
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Sold $4,000,000 
7Beds; Full Baths; Half Baths; 18,000SqFt
Built in1990

After 6 years on the market this property sold at 68% of the original list.  It was off the market for a couple of years in 2012 and came back on in 2015 after the market picked back up.

If you’re looking for a Luxury home like these, call me! I know the market and inventory and would love to show you some that I find special.

 

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