At $46.8m Atlanta’s ‘Chestnut Hall’ is’s most expensive home

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At 17,776 square feet, Chestnut Hall is not just one of Atlanta’s largest homes. It is also one of the most extravagant. In a report on Wednesday, revealed that the $46.8 million mansion was the most expensive listing on its realty website for the entire week. With seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and one half bathroom all decorated in opulent interior design, the English Tudor-style 18.55-acre estate seemingly spared no expense in becoming one of the week’s most expensive homes in the country.

Every living space is gilded with luxury in a way few Atlanta listings can match.

“Signature luxury is synonymous with Chestnut Hall, a European inspired English Tudor estate where elegant gates welcome you to over 18 acres of rolling lawn and wooded privacy straddling North Buckhead and Sandy Springs,” according to the home’s listing. “French antique statuary dot the secluded and landscaped garden areas where the impressive interior is exquisitely furnished with curated European antiques and impressive displays of notable antique, art collections and classic furnishings to complement this timeless estate!”

The home features elevator access, a rock crystal and amethyst chandelier, multiple balconies, a bathroom featuring an 18 karat gold faucet, a home gym with “every machine imaginable,” a climate controlled wine room that can store up to 1,000 bottles, a 12-foot-ceiling garden room and marble stairs. Those are only some of the sprawling estate’s many luxury offerings.

“Guests enter in through the 19th century Parisian wrought iron front doors to a gallery accented with Venetian plaster walls, French guilt bronze chandelier, Versailles pattern parquet flooring, and ceiling medallions modeled after the New Wing at the Vatican Museum,” according to the home’s listing. “The left wing off the foyer highlights a 19CO (sic) library with custom bookcases and Baccarat crystal basket chandelier and secluded den with private office nook. A formal living room and oversized solarium step down from the gallery separating both with a two-sided gas log fireplace. These rooms are ideal for gatherings that can easily flow outside to the grand Jerusalem stone terrace overlooking the vast rear lawn, landscaped gardens, pool and pool house.”

The home’s exterior, naturally, has even more to offer.

“Once outside, a short stroll down a manicured path leads you to a beautiful key hole shaped pebble tec saline pool and grand, yet cozy pool house with cedar shake roof, full kitchen, living room, bedroom, bath and laundry,” according to the home’s listing. “A separate 4-bedroom guest house is nestled in the woods and would be perfect as a recording studio.”

Listing by Debbie Leonard Mayer and Keller Williams Realty