Atlanta Real Estate

The 9 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Metro Atlanta Last Year

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From modern masterpieces to traditional estates, the most expensive homes to sell last year in Atlanta might be aesthetically diverse, but 8 out of 9 are located in Buckhead.

1. 421 Blackland Road NW, Atlanta – $7,150,000

  • 7 beds, 9 full baths, 5 half baths  |  12,864 sq. ft. (tax record)
  • Neighborhood: Tuxedo Park
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $209,500

The most expensive home to sell in Atlanta in 2017 secured a buyer in less than 16 days—this time around. Its been on and off the market 11 times since 2009 before a price cut finally brought in a buyer.


2. 435 King Road NW, Atlanta – $6,400,000

  • 6 beds, 9 full baths, 4 half baths  |  9,723 sq. ft. (tax record)
  • Neighborhood: Tuxedo Park
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $187,000

This Tuxedo Park estate is full of truly unexpected amenities – including a luxury golf room, basketball court, and indoor pool. And, of course, all the expected amenities for this price point (theatre room, gym, billiard room) are top-notch, too. This property was listed for $10M in 2011, ’12, and ’14 but they finally settled for $6.4M last March.


3. 435 King Road NW, Atlanta – $6,000,000

  • 4 beds, 3 full baths, 2 half baths  |  7,526 sq. ft. (MLS listing)
  • Neighborhood: Buckhead
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $175,000

Built in 1931, this property offers more charm and character than many Buckhead mansions. The 6-acre property also boasts a lighted tennis court, Field House with kitchen, pool, soccer field, and putting green.


4. 1150 W. Garmon Road, Atlanta – $5,275,822

  • 5 beds, 5 full baths, 4 half baths  |  13,000 sq. ft. (MLS listing)
  • Neighborhood: Buckhead
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $153,185

If you’ve ever fantasized of living in a castle, this stone Buckhead mansion might fit the bill.


5. 391 Argonne Drive, Atlanta – $4,800,000

  • 6 beds, 6 full baths, 3 half baths  |  8,782 sq. ft. (tax record)
  • Neighborhood: Buckhead
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $139,000

Listed for closer to $6 million at the start of 2017, it was off the market for $4.8 by the year’s end. The listing cites special additions, including an elevator, “star adorned theater,” and gym.


6. 2922 Andrews Drive NW, Atlanta – $4,710,000

  • 7 beds, 6 full baths, 2 half baths  |  8,206 sq. ft. (tax record)
  • Neighborhood: Buckhead
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $136,300

Built in 1926, this restored Neo-Georgian Neel Reid estate, has a decidedly more classic look and feel.


7. 80 Valley Road NW, Atlanta – $4,500,000

  • 4 beds, 4 full baths, 2 half baths  |  7,211 sq. ft. (MLS listing)
  • Neighborhood: Tuxedo Park
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $130,000

This home is sure to inspire some polarizing opinions. Don’t let the traditional exterior deceive you—there’s loads of excitement and neon going on here.


8. 541 W Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta – $4,300,000

  • 6 beds, 6 full baths, 4 half baths  |  12,060 sq. ft. (MLS listing)
  • Neighborhood: Buckhead
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $124,000

Built in 1926, this European-style estate almost resembles an art museum—but its got all the modern bells and whistles you can think of.


9. 865 Lullwater Parkway, Atlanta – $4,000,000

  • 5 beds, 5 full baths, 3 half baths  |  8,449 sq. ft. (MLS listing)
  • Neighborhood: Druid Hills
  • Savings had seller sold through Properly: $115,000

At last, a home outside Buckhead made the list! This Druid Hills estate comes with a private path to the Druid Hills Golf Club. Though it was built in 2003, it really reflects a classic and traditional look.