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Let’s play a little game. Imagine you have a $15 million real estate budget. You can buy any house, anywhere. What matters to you? What a $15 million house looks like varies—both in terms of square-footage and amenities—depending on the home’s location around the world. Most everyone knows that real estate in New York City or Monaco, for example, is more expensive in terms of square footage than, say, in Houston or Atlanta. Would you prefer to spend the $15 million on roughly 2,418 square feet of space in the hustle and bustle of New York City? Or would you splurge on 11,248 square feet (not to mention the 1.71 acres of land) in quieter Houston? On one side of the coin, you have less space to call home but all the excitement and opportunities that New York City has to offer. On the other hand, how easy is it to raise a family in 2,418 square feet of space? Yes, a spacious home in Houston offers the luxury of sprawling out. But are you the type of person who prefers to live in the middle of a vibrant international city? The decision is yours: Below, AD rounds up 15 international properties that cost $15 million.


1929 stone manor on nearly 3 acres in heart of Buckhead lists for $6.95M

By Jessica Saunders
 –  atlanta homes for sale with carriage house Senior Editor/Print, Atlanta Business Chronicle


A historic Buckhead home on a nearly 3-acre lot is on the market for $6.95 million.

3015 Andrews Drive includes a 1929 English Cotswold manor house, whose jose fernandez attorney miami and addition were designed by Atlanta architect Keith Summerour, amid 2.83 acres with landscaping designed by John Howard. 

The 6,825-square-foot home includes four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half baths, while a carriage house has an additional bedroom, bath, living room and kitchenette.

The property, whose mature landscaping creates a sense of privacy, is down the street from the historic Swan House, part of the Atlanta History Center, in Buckhead.

Homeowners Forrest and Lorri McClain are downsizing to a high-rise condominium now that atlanta homes for sale with carriage house children are grown, said Forrest McClain, general counsel at Reicon Management, a family office in Buckhead. The property was listed on June 2. The listing agent is Debbie Shay with Ansley Real Estate.

In the first five months this year, there have been three sales of Buckhead homes in the $6 million-plus price range, the same as in each of the two previous years, according to data from First Multiple Listing Service. Market observers see consistency and some growth in the high-end housing market.

The McClains purchased the house in February 2013 from Elizabeth G. Balentine for $5.85 million, according to Fulton County property records. It had been listed at $6.5 million in early August 2012. The property previously sold for $6 million in July 2005.

The previous owners commissioned Summerour in 2000 to remodel the master suite to include dual baths and dressing rooms. In 2004, Summerour designed a new wing to the home that included a kitchen, exterior stone porch, exercise studio, art studio and attached garage. The renovation team found granite to match the existing exterior and hand-cut blocks for the construction, which took more than two years.

The original home was designed by Harvard University-trained atlanta homes for sale with carriage house Sigmund Nesselroth and built in 1929 for the president of Georgia Power. The original granite for the facade was reclaimed from the First Baptist Church on Peachtree, according to two published accounts (one, two.) 

The home features wrought leaded-glass windows and a Vermont slate roof.

McClain liked the land, the property itself and the location, which was close to work for McClain, and the style of the house with a stone facade, multiple roof peaks, high dormer windows and "beautiful" chimney stacks. It's hard to find a lot of this size close to Buckhead, he said. He recalled that he and his wife were not officially house-hunting eight years ago when they saw 3015 Andrews was for sale.

"We were over on Knollwood Drive and there was a lot of construction going on outer banks nc resorts and hotels there at the time," he said. "We were not looking to move but once we saw the property and the house, we decided it was the right choice for us at the time."

McClain continued, "My wife fell in love with the inside — the comfortable, historical feel to it."

Like the Swan House, 3015 Andrews Drive sits at the top of a hill. Stone steps lead down to the front yard. The gated drive leads to a cobbled motor court and the equally impressive rear facade of the home, facing a level upper lawn. The property includes additional outdoor entertainment spaces including a pool outside the garden room, the covered stone porch and multiple terraces.

A more than year-long restoration of the exterior wood window trim was recently completed, Shay said.

The interior is highlighted by original features such as limestone fireplaces, arched doors, oak flooring and a period staircase. The wide entry hall running front to back is flanked on either side by the living room and a dining room, with the stone garden room adjacent to the living room and offering access to the pool and terrace through arched French doors. A fireplace warms the family room, and the kitchen features a La Cornue 60-inch range, two dishwashers, an island and SubZero refrigeration.

There is also a scullery kitchen, a keeping room with fireplace and a window-lined breakfast area that opens to the covered stone porch with heated floors, fireplace and grill area. The upper floor has an owners' suite with a sitting area, dual baths and closets, and a dressing room, plus two bedroom suites and a laundry. The third floor is a suite with bedroom, second bed nook, bathroom and sitting room.

On the terrace level, limestone floors connect den, wine cellar, half bath and multiple craft and storage rooms. The home gym has arched windows.

The covered stone porch connected to the kitchen in the addition gives the feeling atlanta homes for sale with carriage house being up in Highlands, N.C., near the border with north Georgia, McClain said. "You know at night, you don't hear anything. In the summer, the trees are full and you just feel like you're in the mountains somewhere."

"I'm asking myself now, why are we moving?" he jokes.

McClain expects the house to appeal to any family that has a love for historical md unemployment debit card bank of america, wants to be close to the action of Buckhead, which is walking distance, and has several children.

"Every time I start thinking about this house, it's painful to think we're leaving. But there's a lot of space that needs to be used by a family," said McClain, who is a member of the Buckhead Coalition and serves on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta and the board home savings and loan norborne mo trustees of the University of the South, his alma mater. 

According to FMLS data, there were three sales in the price range in the area in the first five months of the year, equivalent to all sales in the price range and area in each of 2020 and 2019. The average sales price in the price range and area during January-May 2021 was $7.2 million, while 2020 sales averaged $9.8 million and in 2019, $8.3 million. There were 7.8 months of inventory in the price range in the Buckhead area in the first five months of 2021, 7.6 months of inventory on average in 2020, and 3.6 months of inventory in 2019, the FMLS found.

"The ultra-luxury real estate market is a highly specialized lifestyle choice which makes the trends harder to analyze from a pure numerical assessment," said Shay, who helped the McClains buy 3015 Andrews Drive and sell their old house on Knollwood Drive. "We are showing consistent sales price averages year to year but days on market are ticking up slightly. The summer market activity tends to be a little slower as buyers travel more, and we are seeing this especially this year as areas open up. We anticipate July activity to increase as they return to the city."

Because the luxury market is so much smaller than the housing market at large, it makes more sense to evaluate trends over a period of 5-7 years, said Joi Hardiman, senior member services rep at FMLS. Supply shortages in luxury and ultra-luxury market inventory have been less severe than other pricing levels, she noted.

"The first quarter of 2021 has indicated an increase in luxury properties for sale," Hardiman said. "The higher inventory has led to a more robust sale of ultra-luxury properties priced over $6 million for 2021. The high-end housing market is rebounding based on current market trends."

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If you've ever dreamed about life as an old-world Tuscan, this week's "WOW!" House in Cobb County, from, may be the closest you'll get while remaining stateside.

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WOW House: $3.5M Spectacular Georgian Mansion

Spectacular classic Georgian brick Mansion on 10 acres with an additional 6.5 acres available. Slate roof, copper gutters, private well irrigation, elevator, six fireplaces, 54-foot pool and spa, pool house.

Cumming Wow House: $9.5M Buys Estate Atop Sawnee Mountain

This private estate is harmoniously positioned atop Sawnee Mountain, minutes to downtown Cumming and Ga. 400 and a 45-minute drive to downtown Atlanta.

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Exquisite and serene estate living overlooking nature and a creek in a desirable gated neighborhood. Resort amenities include infinity edge saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen with a fireplace, gym, theater, sauna and elevator.

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A gated 1.5 acres with incredible views of two lakes. Six bedrooms, five full and two half-baths, carriage house with a large suite, kitchenette and full bath.

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Braves TBS Baseball

Braves TBS Baseball (or Braves Baseball on TBS) was a presentation of regular season Major League Baseball game telecasts featuring the Atlanta BravesNational League franchise that aired on the Americancable and satellitenetworkTBS. The games were produced by Turner Sports, the sports division of the Turner Broadcasting System subsidiary of Time Warner, TBS's corporate parent. The program, which made its debut in 1973, ended national broadcasts in 2007.

TBS phased out its national coverage of Braves baseball after it was awarded an MLB-wide national broadcast contract effective in 2008. WPCH-TV, the rebranded former originating signal of the TBS superstation feed, retained Atlanta-market rights to a partial schedule of Braves games through 2013, but primary rights moved to atlanta homes for sale with carriage house regional sports networks, eventually settling with Fox Sports South (now Bally Sports South). TBS may select Braves games for national broadcast on equal grounds with other MLB clubs, but their national broadcast would be blacked out in the Braves' MLB-designated territory if the regional rights-holder carries the game as well.



Coverage of the Atlanta Braves was perhaps TBS's signature program during its early years. Ted Turner – who had purchased WJRJ-TV (channel 17) in January 1970 (changing its call letters to WTCG shortly after the sale was finalized), when the station was simply a UHFindependent station available primarily within the Atlanta market – shocked Atlanta media observers by acquiring the rights to Braves games after the 1972 season, taking them from NBC affiliate WSB-TV (channel 2, now an ABC affiliate), which had carried the team's games since the Braves moved to Atlanta from Milwaukee in 1966 (however, WSB-TV's sister radio station, WSB (AM), continued to hold rights to radio broadcasts of the games for years afterward). The acquisition of television rights to the Braves was particularly striking given that WTCG had experienced major profit losses ever since Turner took over the station; channel 17's revenue was only then starting to break even and the station became more competitive among the Atlanta market's television outlets ratings-wise. Braves games began airing on WTCG during the 1973 season.

Even more astonishing, a few years later, Turner would buy the team outright before the 1976 season, mainly to keep a programming staple of his in Atlanta. Before the purchase, rumors had spread alleging that the Braves' owners were looking to move the franchise to another city, following dismal stadium attendance during the 1974 and 1975 seasons, after the excitement of Hank Aaron hitting his then-record-breaking 715th home run (on April 8, 1974) wore off.

During the 1970s, Turner syndicated live games to stations (mostly major network affiliates, as the region had few independent stations) throughout Georgia and adjoining states, including Turner-owned WRET (now WCNC-TV) in Charlotte, North Carolina, as WSB-TV had previously done. Usually, the Sunday afternoon game and one game that aired during prime time were provided to these stations, with mid-week game telecasts airing mainly during the summer, when the major networks were airing reruns, a normal practice among the other MLB teams during that era. Also by the mid-1970s, WTCG had already become available on many cable systems in Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina via microwave relay transmission by the mid-1970s, giving the team even further television exposure to its loyal fanbase in the South.

A landmark event for WTCG occurred on December 17, 1976, when Turner uplinked the station's signal to the Satcom 1 satellite for distribution to cable providers throughout the United States; as a result, Braves telecasts began airing nationally with the 1977 season. When WTCG reached a significant penetration of Southern U.S. households with cable television service around 1978-1979, Turner discontinued syndicating the team's game broadcasts, making the Braves the first team not to provide live coverage of its games to broadcast television stations outside of those within the team's home market.

Turner once famously tried to get Andy Messersmith to use his #17 jersey to promote Superstation WTBS during its early years; the back of the jersey read, "CHANNEL 17." Major League Baseball immediately stopped this plan as, according to MLB rules, team jerseys are not allowed to incorporate advertisements other than that of the jersey's manufacturer.

1980s and early 1990s[edit]

During the 1980s and 1990s, the Braves game telecasts on TBS received atlanta homes for sale with carriage house ratings, usually garnering around a 2.0 or sometimes an even higher ratings share. Around this time, the station referred to the franchise as "America's team" in a promotional campaign.

WTBS petitioned for the rights to produce a locally originated broadcast of the 1982 National League Championship Series, in which the Braves played against the St. Louis Cardinals. Following a decision from the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia, Major League Baseball blocked it from carrying the series on the grounds that as a cable superstation, TBS could not have atlanta homes for sale with carriage house rights to a national telecast that competed with network coverage of the NLCS, which was carried that year by ABC.[1][2][3][4] After the 1983 season, Major League Baseball no longer permitted local television stations to produce their own League Championship Series broadcasts (a point made moot by the fact that the games were already available over-the-air).

In 1997, TBS began to collect subscriber fees directly from cable providers, effectively resulting in the national feed operating under the conventions of a conventional basic cable network, though it still technically was designated as a superstation. In exchange, TBS began to lease advertising slots to providers to carry local commercial inserts; as a result, the TBS superstation feed began to televise fewer regular season Atlanta Braves games to a national audience.[5]



In 2003, the Braves telecasts on TBS underwent significant changes for the first time in many years. Don Sutton and Joe Simpson assumed duties as lead commentators, while longtime play-by-play announcers Skip Caray and Pete Van Wieren had their roles on the broadcasts reduced. The telecasts were also rebranded from Braves Baseball on TBS to Major League Baseball on TBS (before reverting to the previous title the following year).

These changes reflected an increase in the network's rights fee payments to Major League Baseball. In turn, national sponsors could fulfill their advertising commitments by purchasing ads on TBS, in addition to ESPN or Fox. The move was strongly criticized by Braves fans, Atlanta area media outlets and team manager Bobby Cox.[6] Over 90% of Braves fans who voted in an online poll conducted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper preferred the team of Caray and Van Wieren to the more neutral broadcasts.[7] The move backfired, and ratings for the TBS broadcasts declined sharply. After that year's All-Star break, TBS brought back Caray and Van Wieren to work with the two analysts.

Braves TBS Xtra[edit]

Beginning in 2004, some TBS telecasts (mostly those airing on Fridays or Saturdays) became more enhanced. The network branded its interactive telecasts as Braves TBS Xtra, which Braves broadcaster Skip Caray would refer to simply as "one of those super duper telecasts". Enhancements featured in the broadcasts included a catcher cam, Xtra Motion showing the type of pitch and its movement, and the leadOff Line. Often, a guest analyst would join the main announcers in the broadcast booth; telecasts also featured inside access to players including discussions between players and coaching staff while the game was ongoing.


While just carrying 70 Braves games on TBS, the Turner Broadcasting System sold Turner South to Fox Sports, and allowed them keep the games (Turner South had been carrying Braves games in order to ensure that the channel would receive wide distribution in the Southeastern U.S.). Afterwards, Braves game presentations on Turner South (which was rebranded as SportSouth later that year to distinguish it from its new sister network) and FSN South adopted a uniform on-air appearance and began using the same announcers. FSN South's 25-game package (with telecasts usually airing on Wednesdays) is a vestige of its days as the former SportSouth (which was launched by Turner in the early 1990s), as well as a means to ensure that ESPN's game broadcasts would generally be the only one televised nationwide on Wednesdays without requiring a subscription to the MLB Extra Inningsout-of-market sports package.

As a result of Turner's decision to allow FSN to broadcast over 85 games per season, TBS no longer served as the Braves' primary broadcaster. Coupled with the impending sale of the team, Pete Van Wieren stated, "It's like an end of an era." At the end of the 2006 season, Turner Sports decided not to renew analyst Don Sutton's contract with the network, while Ron Gant joined FSN South/SportSouth on a full-time basis; as a result, Joe Simpson would be the main analyst for all Braves telecasts.

High definition[edit]

During the 2006 season, all Braves home games airing on TBS began to be broadcast in high definition over the digital signal of WTBS within the Atlanta and on cable providers throughout the Southeastern U.S. (such as Comcast and Charter Communications). The cable deals were not renewed as where can i watch saving mr banks online for free of the TBS home games were broadcast in HD during the 2007 season (all home games airing on FSN South/SportSouth were presented in HD on both cable and satellite). However, TBS's assumption of rights to a national MLB television package resulted in the creation where to find routing number bank of america app a dedicated HD feed for the national version.

2007 and beyond[edit]

The 2007 season marked the last year that Braves baseball games aired on TBS over a fully national feed, covering 70 Braves games as in recent years.[8] From 2008 to 2013, WPCH-TV – the former originating feed of TBS, which was rebranded as "Peachtree TV" as part of the October 2007 separation of the Atlanta station and its superstation feed – ran 45 Braves games per season in the Atlanta market, which were available for broadcast in the Braves regional territory and on regional sports network Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast. The remaining games aired on FSN South or SportSouth, meaning the Braves telecasts atlanta homes for sale with carriage house to primarily regional coverage, as most other teams have done ever since recent expansions gave MLB a virtually nationwide footprint.

However, due to licensing requirements set by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission that prevented the national cable feed of TBS to be carried in Canada (as only the local Atlanta feed was designated as an eligible-for-carriage superstation), WPCH remains available on Canadian cable and satellite providers as a designated superstation, allowing Braves games aired by WPCH to continue to be atlanta homes for sale with carriage house outside of the Atlanta area. This move left WGN America – the national feed of Chicago-based WGN-TV – as the only superstation to broadcast games from local sports teams to a national audience.

TBS had previously announced a broadcast rights agreement to air those same 45 games nationally, before it signed a new contract to air Sunday afternoon regular season and postseason games nationally one year earlier in June 2006, an announcement that was made during the 2006 MLB All-Star Game. A limited number of these nationally televised games have included the Braves – which have appeared on a few of the game telecasts since 2008.

After 32 years, the final Braves baseball telecast on TBS[9] aired on September 30, 2007, in which the Braves lost in an away game against the Houston Astros, 3–0. During accurate mortgage calculator with taxes and insurance and pmi final broadcast, play-by-play announcer Skip Caray thanked fans saying, "To all you people who have watched the Braves for these 30 years . thank you. We appreciate you more than you will ever know. . Thank you folks and God bless you. And we're going to atlanta homes for sale with carriage house you every bit as much as you miss us."

Braves games continued to air locally within the Atlanta market until 2013, when Fox Sports South – which had been producing the games for WPCH since the station's operations were turned over to the Meredith Corporation, owner of Atlanta's CBS affiliate WGCL-TV (channel 46), under a local marketing agreement in 2011 – acquired the regional television rights to the station's 45-game package beginning with the 2014 season, ending WPCH's relationship with the Braves after 40 years.[10]

On-air staff[edit]

Former on-air staff[edit]

See also: List of Atlanta Braves broadcasters


See also: Blackout (broadcasting)

Due to broadcasting restrictions imposed by Major League Baseball, most Braves games airing on TBS were blacked out within about 35 to 50 miles (56 to 80 km) air miles of the opposing team's stadium, meaning games that were available on local television (except for within the Atlanta area, where WTBS icici direct trade racer web login the exclusive station for Atlanta Braves games that did not airing on FSN South or SportSouth) were not seen on local cable providers within the blackout region. This blackout rule was somewhat less restrictive than that for ESPN, which covers the entirety of a team's designated market area.


  1. ^Associated Press (October 1, 1982). "Kuhn Out to Stop Braves Broadcasts". Tuscaloosa News. p. 14.
  2. ^United Press International (October 5, 1982). "Judge Bars WTBS From Braves Games". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. p. 10B.
  3. ^Associated Press (October 6, 1982). "Turner Is Denied Review of Northwest savings bank home equity rates. New York Times.
  4. ^United Press International (October 5, 1982). "Turner Telecasts Enjoined by Court". New York Times.
  5. ^Turner Superstation to Collect Cable TV Fees, The New York Times, August 1, 1997.
  6. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2003-04-13. Retrieved 2003-04-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  7. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on June 5, 2007. Retrieved 2017-05-30.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  8. ^"MLB, FOX, and Turner reach new television agreements". (Press release). MLB Advanced Media. July 11, 2006. Retrieved October 27, 2021.
  9. ^End of an era for TBS, Braves, fans[dead link]
  10. ^"FOX Sports South and SportSouth acquire 45 additional Braves games beginning this season". Fox Sports South. Retrieved 7 September 2013.

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About The Victorian Home Style

Lavishly decorated living room with fireplace in a Victorian style house.Victorian homes are commonly referred to architecturally as Victorian style, but this style is really the product of an era when Queen Victoria ruled Britain from 1837 – 1901. Because it’s not a specific style, these homes can feature a variety of layouts and use of material.

Victorians took home design very seriously; the more elaborate the home, the greater the owner’s wealth and social standing. There are a variety of Victorian home styles including the gothic revival, Italianate, stick, second empire, and the most popular in the United States, Queen Anne. This particular sub-style features a steep gabled roof, elaborate gingerbread trim, bay windows and circular towers.

Despite the variety of distinctive styles, all Victorians emphasis atlanta homes for sale with carriage house decorative elements inside and outside, with complex facades and floor plans.

Common Characteristics & Features Of Victorian Houses:

  • Asymmetrical vertical façade
  • Two or three stories
  • Textured exterior using shingles, board and batten siding, or mixed materials
  • Steep roof, usually pitched or man sawed
  • Deep eaves, often with decorative carved brackets
  • Copulas, turrets, dormers, bay windows, and orioles
  • Single story asymmetrical porch, usually wrapping around one or more sides
  • Complex floor plan with wings and bays
  • Highly decorative, polychromatic exterior
  • Decorative stained glass
  • Carved fireplaces, heavy carved double doors

More About Victorian Style Homes

There are as many floor plans for Victorian homes as there are sub-styles. But many freestanding Victorian homes are based on a central hall plan or an L or T shaped layout. While many are square or rectangular in plan, most have setbacks, wings, or bays that add to the complexity of the layout. Given the popularity of Victorian homes, many have already been restored to their original beauty, and upgraded for every modern comfort.

Before purchasing a Victorian house, find an inspector who specialized in restored homes. Unlike many of the mass produced cookie cutter homes, a Victorian style home provides a truly unique ambiance and personality with its many adornments.

Other Popular Architectural Styles


ATLANTA - Atlanta celebrated the latest addition to the Hawes Grain Elevator Museum site with an open house for the John Pendleton Hieronymus Family Carriage House, hosted by the Atlanta Betterment Fund, on Sunday afternoon. 

Slideshow presented by ME Realty

The Hieronymus home and carriage house were built in 1907/1908 at 607 NW Vine Street. The carriage house, one of the few remaining wooden carriage houses in Atlanta, was purchased and moved to the Elevator Museum site in late 2014. Since then it has been preserved with a new roof, windows, paint and minor repairs so it could be opened to the public as an example of early 20th century transportation. 

The Carriage House display includes a two-wheeled buggy, donated by Gillette Ransom of Elkhart, and fiberglass horse, named Grace after Ransom’s horse that used to pull the buggy, and a four-minute informational video which plays inside the house. 

Atlanta Carriage House Moving Day 12-18-14

Four concrete slabs at the carriage house entrance, stamped with the date 1908, as well as concrete property markers, stamped JPH 1906, were also relocated from Vine Street. Half a dozen Hieronymus family descendants and relatives, including J.P.’s great-granddaughter Carolyn Chapman, visited the site over the course of the afternoon. 

The Carriage House joins the Hawes Grain Elevator, scale house, engine house, boxcar, and windmill at the historic Museum site south of Red Wing Bowl on 1st Street. The next project planned for the site will focus on an abandoned mine shaft and Logan County’s coal mining history.

The Hieronymus Family Carriage House will be open to visitors daily between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The Hawes Grain Elevator is open for free tours from 1 to 3 p.m. every Sunday in June, July, and August, or by appointment by calling (309) 830-8306. 


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