Who would imagine that a property such as this could exist in the heart of Atlanta? From the moment you approach the property, serenity abounds with a tree lined driveway taking you deep into a ten-acre wooded forest where wildlife encompasses you. Designed by Henri Jova and Ken Lynch and built by Mark Palmer and Tim Pratt for one of Atlanta's top executives, this custom luxury property affords you easy and elegant entertaining for those corporate functions with a world-class Pavilion that includes a gourmet catering kitchen, fireplaces, putting green, infinity pool, dual spa-like bathrooms and meditation area. The home is a private retreat amid plush and manicured grounds, offering walk-out verandas that span the length of the home on both levels. Featuring four bedrooms, en-suite baths, multiple living rooms, banquet dining, exercise room, outdoor fireplace, home office, and garage space for three vehicles. An extraordinary treasure to be found. Priced $8,800,000.00

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Listed by Beckie Amos of Harry Norman Realtors

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