Buckhead, a suburb on the north side of Atlanta, is sometimes referred to as the “Beverly Hills of the South” due to its extreme concentration of wealth. Forbes lists it as the ninth wealthiest zip code in the United States, so it makes sense that Atlanta’s most expensive neighborhood should also contain Atlanta’s most expensive house. Not only is it known and ogled by the locals, but has also drawn considerable interest as a movie and TV set. So far, it has been the backdrop in “Zombieland” and featured in the 2012 movie, “The Three Stooges.” It has also played a starring role in reality series such as MTV’s “Teen Cribs” and HGTV’s “Million Dollar Rooms,” and soon will be featured in the new Eva Longoria produced television series “Devious Maids.”
Measuring in at a whopping 40,000 square feet of lavish interiors, the home consists of nine bedrooms, fifteen bathrooms, library, gym, main public rooms, media room and wine cellar. There is a guest house, pool, spa, hot tub and the extras of a music studio and hair-nail station. Notable are the highly crafted ceilings, many in 24-karat gold leaf. There are also seven kitchens and servants’ quarters. European artisans were brought in to lay the stonework around the pool that is worth over one million dollars. For more information.
Atlanta’s most expensive home was featured in Zombieland, The Three Stooges and several TV shows. Priced at $19,900,000.