Tour This Historic Tara-esque Beauty for Sale in Atlanta
Nestled in the heart of Atlanta’s upscale Buckhead neighborhood you’ll find Spotswood Hall, one of the city’s “most architecturally significant residences.”
Built in 1913 and redesigned by renowned Atlanta architect Philip Shutze in 1933, this five-bedroom, 7,666 square-foot estate is currently on the market for $3,849,000.
Trust us when we say that this Tara-esque Neo-Classical Revival stuns inside and out. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, highlights include a modern chef’s kitchen, a heart-stopping grand staircase, dual master bathrooms, countless arched windows, glittering chandeliers and a rotunda room outfitted in murals by Athos Menaboni. Oh, and its own miniature golf course.
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