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  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Kitchen

    $48 million snags you one of the more exquisite kitchens we've ever seen, complete with marble countertops, custom cabinets and a chef-grade gas stove.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Breakfast Area

    Adjacent to the cavernous kitchen is an eat-in area with a fantastic farm table suitable for six.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Home Office

    We're not sure how many rooms are in this 18,000-square-foot $48 million home, but we're fairly certain this is the home office.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Family Room

    The family room enjoys plenty of natural light and privacy via the mature hardwoods, characteristic of Riverside Drive where the $48 million home is located.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Pool 2

    This is a view of the Pebble Tec saline pool at night. Looks like the perfect spot for summer entertaining.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Statuary

    The owners are offering most of their artifacts, which include the statuary, in the $48 million asking price.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Most Expensive Listing, Exterior at Night

    The palatial estate has many romantic stone terraces and staircases for the new owners to descend, hopefully in a white flowing gown.    See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Welcome to His Adorable Home

    Not all movie stars have giant multi-million dollar estates. Recently sold by actor James Van Der Beek, this traditional home in a family neighborhood is reasonable in scale and price – for Los…   See the Gallery

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Welcome to His Adorable Home

    $1,155,250 may seem like a lot for a four-bedroom, three-bath, 3,017-square-foot home built in 1936, but remember, this is in Los Angeles, one of the most expensive housing markets in the…   See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Backyard

    While the kidney-shaped pool is a sign of the California times, the mature foliage, which has probably been growing since the pool was installed, is an asset when it comes to privacy and noise…   See the Image