Tuxedo Park Home of the Week - January 17

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This elegant Clem Ford designed home, built in 1950, is one of my favorites. Copied a few times in the Buckhead area, this is the original! Sited on 2.4 acres with beautifully landscaped gardens from noted landscape architect Ryan Gainey, the grounds feature a pool and a pool house.

Located at 3555 Knollwood Drive, this home is classic Tuxedo Park! Originally priced at $4.3 million, it is now offered at $3.9 million. The home is located in the Warren T. Jackson school district and is convenient to numerous private schools.

If you are interested in seeing this home and/or working with me as your buyers’ agent, please give me a call at (404) 841-9634.

Check out my Resources for Homebuyers for useful tips and advice.

To see other homes in this are, please visit my Buckhead Real Estate Search.

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