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Live a Life of Luxury in Former CEO of Coca-Cola’s Modern Buckhead Mansion

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It’s no surprise that much of Buckhead is teeming with mansions and opulent homes, but many of the grandest mansions are hidden from street view and hidden in parts of Atlanta’s many woodlands. This for-market $8.8 million Buckhead Sanctuary, located in 10 acres of wooded forest along the West Paces Ferry, is a shining example of such real estate.

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Purchased in 2005 by Neville Isdell, former chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola, this 4-bed, 4.5-bathroom home was designed by renowned Atlanta architect Henri Joba (who worked on the Carter Center and Atlanta City Hall). It was designed by Completely surrounded by wildlife. From the tree-lined avenues that let in natural light to the floor-to-ceiling windows that surround the tree-lined home, this 6,600-plus-square-foot retreat exudes luxury at every turn.

The home opens to an inviting foyer of natural materials such as terracotta and hardwood floors, with a front hall with art-filled walls and a majestic front hall across from a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking A spacious living room with a fireplace flows into the woods and patio with a fountain. The main floor master suite is beautifully appointed with well-planned closets and a private porch in the trees.

The main floor is connected by a floating staircase to the terrace level, where there are three more bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, along with a large private guest room and library.

Recently renovated by Atlanta architect Ken Lynch, the Gourmet Chef’s Kitchen is a cook’s dream and the recent redesign won an award in 2016 from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Magazine. The kitchen also opens to a glass-enclosed breakfast area, casual seating area with a fireplace, another large living room, and a wraparound deck with an outdoor fireplace.

It was also designed by Ken Lynch and Matthew Quinn of Atlanta. design galleria, One of the main attractions of the house is the newly added pavilion. This is a standalone entertainment venue that can accommodate up to 100 people and is spacious with a two-level infinity edge pool, spa-like dual bathrooms, large entertaining space, putting green, and spacious seating and skylights. Catering kitchen, meditation area, etc.Seller Becky Amos When Harry Norman, REALTORS®this house is located in 1925 W Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30327.

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