Three Georgia luxury homes chosen as finalists in HGTV’s 2023 Ultimate House Hunt

From Atlanta mansions to North Georgia cabins, this year’s HGTV finalists are stunning

Three Georgia luxury homes chosen as finalists in HGTV’s 2023 Ultimate House Hunt.From Atlanta mansions to North Georgia cabins, this year’s HGTV finalists are stunning.HGTV’s 2023 Ultimate House Hunt features an Atlanta mansion reminiscent of a French chateau.It also features a North Georgia cabin perfect for mountainside getaways.Lastly, it features an inner-city townhouse smack in the middle of Atlanta's art district

HGTV’s 2023 Ultimate House Hunt is currently underway, and three different gorgeously luxurious Georgia homes have made it into the finals. From an Atlanta mansion reminiscent of a French chateau to a North Georgia cabin perfect for mountainside getaways, to midtown condo with stunning views of the High Museum, each local finalist has something unique to offer.

The HGTV Ultimate House Hunt Awards places a national spotlight on the country’s most stunning homes. Each year, the best homes are separated into eight different categories, ranging from downtown dwellings to countryside retreats. Voting for this year’s top picks for is now underway, and participating house hunters can enter for a chance to win a whopping $10,000 by submitting their votes.

Maison des Bois,” a French-style chateau in Georgia’s capital city, is a 2023 HGTV Ultimate House Hunt finalist for the Curb Appeal category. At 10,860 square feet, the massive mansion is full of old European charm. The home sits on a five-acre property designed to transport its residents to the French countryside.

“This home feels like we went to the French Countryside and brought the home back to Buckhead and put it here on this beautiful estate sized lot,” Harry Norman Realtors agent Carl Henry previously told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “The home exudes the Old World charm of being in France enjoying a beautiful Chateau sitting on 5 acres of rolling, wooded land yet it is in the heart of Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.”

The Buckhead estate is currently listed at $5,499,000 through Harry Norman Realtors.

In the Countryside Retreats category, a North Georgia luxury cabin has taken the spotlight. Listed by Ansley Real Estate and Christie’s International Real Estate, the Epworth cabin is currently priced at $2,999,000. Featuring four bedrooms, three bathrooms and one half bathroom, the spacious home features enough living quarters to house a memorable family retreat.

“Featured in the Blue Ridge Parade of Homes, this luxury mountain estate is privately situated in the Street of Dreams community, a highly sought after River community perfectly located in between the downtowns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville,” the home’s listing said. “Custom built mountain elegance awaits in this 4-bedroom entertainers dream, including high-end finishes throughout, Viking appliances, massive stone fireplaces, wet bar, outdoor cooking station, 10 person hot tub, and grand living areas with soaring floor to ceiling windows to take in the views from each level!”

An Atlanta condo made its way into the finals in the “Amazing Kitchens” category. With a currently pending sale, the Harry Norman Realtors listing is priced at $4 million. It’s a 4,840-square-foot living space with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two half bathrooms. While the home is certainly inspiring in its own right, it is the home’s location that makes it truly special: It’s in the heart of Atlanta’s art district and has stunning views across Peachtree to the High Museum.

“Curated living in the heart of Atlanta’s Arts District at John Wieland’s One Museum Place,” according to the home’s online listing. “Take the direct elevator to this amazing residence where floor to ceiling windows allow natural light into interior spaces. Luxury penthouse living brings over 4800 square feet on one expansive level. This seamlessly designed floorplan offers captivating views of Atlanta’s iconic HIGH Museum, Woodruff Arts Center and the majestic Midtown skyline.”