Photo: Peter DeMoore
Photo: Peter DeMoore

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For any residence to come with a price tag north of a million dollars, there must be something pretty special about it. 

Like, it’s being vacated by renowned artist Akon.

Or it was built in 1843 and his 10 fireplaces.

Or, as in this case: It was built closer to the Chattahoochee River than anyone’s allowed to build homes anymore.

That, and a bunch of other reasons. Let’s review. 

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Photos are courtesy of Beacham & Company’s Jan Hart. They are by Rod Collins unless otherwise noted. 

The 6,182-square-foot Sandy Springs home, built in 1978, has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and a two-sided fireplace between the living room and sunroom. 

The 9725 Huntcliff Trace address sits on 1.43 acres, hidden among the trees next to a real nice-looking country club.

Out back, a wooden deck leads to a heated pool with a diving board, two bars and a a grill.

Photo: Peter DeMoore

That pool area leads to a private tennis court (or Pickleball court, if that’s your thing). 

And that tennis court leads to a private dock on more than 258 feet of the Chattahoochee’s Bull Sluice Lake waterfront. 

It is listed on Zillow for $1,299,900.

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