Atlanta world-class Tudor house sells for $12.9M

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This exquisite$12.9 million residence dubbed Woodland Hills Manor is one of the most sought-after estates in the district of Buckhead, which encompasses the northern fifth of Atlanta, Georgia, being the third biggest business district. Buckhead’s suburban neighborhoods featuring sizeable single-family homes nestled among thick woods and rolling hills surround the district’s high-rise office buildings, hotels, shopping area and condos.

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Built in 2008 and designed by William T. Baker, this luxury home is appointed with architecturally awe-inspiring details, exuding an exclusively elegant ambience. Nearly two decades ago Baker set up an Atlanta-based firm and later opened a branch in Greenwich, Connecticut, and ten years later was granted the distinguished Arthur Ross Award for Architecture in New York. He is also the author of two books on architectural issues.

Sprawled over 5 acres of prime land, the 17,943-square-foot luxury house covers four finished floors and consists of seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms. The stunning architectural details, master craftsmanship and opulent finishes seamlessly blend to produce the finest and most desirable residences in the area. The home boasts a fully equipped home theater, an oak staircase with 2-inch thick panels, a 1,500-bottle wine cellar complete with tasting room, two massive kitchen islands, a main level master suite, formal dining room with minstrel gallery for musical performances, welcoming outdoor terraces, a swimming pool, beautifully landscaped gardens and manicured lawns.  Most of the outstanding features can actually be seen in practically every corner of the majestic house.