This is the inside of 1322 Marietta Country Club Drive. It is selling for $2.1 million.
Photo: Nick Kamos via Coldwell Banker
Photo: Nick Kamos via Coldwell Banker

PHOTOS: $2.1M mansion sits on 13th fairway of Marietta Country Club

Do you like movies and 11 other people?

Well, there’s a 12-seat theater in this 14,129-square-foot mansion.

All of 1322 Marietta Country Club Drive can be had for $2.1 million, said realtor Debbie Heaton.

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The home — which has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms (with heated floors) and a powder room — sits near the 13th fairway of the country club’s golf course.

As you walk in, you see a curved staircase with a wrought iron railing and solid wood handrails.

To one side is a library with a coffered mahogany ceiling and walk-in humidor.

All photos provided by Nick Kamos via Coldwell Banker

The living room includes a fireplace and mantle with built-in mahogany bookcases flanking each side. The dining room includes a wall of windows and access to the patio.

But it seems the kitchen is the real anchor. It overlooks a keeping room and a breakfast nook.

The kitchen has two islands, which is well on its way to becoming a kitchen archipelago. There are two copper sinks, double ovens, two refrigerator/freezers, two dishwashers, a microwave and a warming drawer.

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There’s also a butler pantry to keep all the food needed to use all those appliances.

Upstairs is a family room with a fireplace and the theater. Outdoors is a heated saltwater pool.

If you want to drool in person, there will be an open house from noon to 4 p.m. on April 21.

See more pictures from Nick Kamos provided by Heaton below; and you can look at the home’s website, which includes a video.

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