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All photos via English Team Realty Associates.
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
The listing description for this high-style, $2.25-million Tudor currently on the market in Buckhead is like a symphony of questionable assertions. The personal home of architect Tim Adams, it's presented as a "masterpiece" that's "the manifestation of the vision of one of the preeminent architects in Atlanta" and "one of the finest (homes) in Buckhead" where "no detail was spared."
For homebuyers leaning traditional, the curb appeal is stratospheric, with rich, wood detailing inside that belies the home's 2006 construction (unless it's a vestige of the 1950s house formerly here) and perks that include a three-car garage and saline pool. At least from the street, it would appear larger than its 2,246 square feet (per tax records), which somehow manages to include six bedrooms, a den and wine cellar.
The location, just west of Interstate 75, spells a piddly Walk Score of 15, but buyers with this kind of budget can probably afford the extra Uber miles. Unsurprisingly, the house reflects much of the T.S. Adams Studio's work around Atlanta, right down to the scant listing photos.