If you’re looking for a grand slam of a new home in Atlanta, one former Atlanta Braves All-Star player may have just have teed up what you’ve been looking for. Tom Glavine, two-time Cy Young Award winning pitcher, has listed his home at The Country Club of the South in Alpharetta for $1.99 million.
Built in 1994, this 10,000-plus square foot brick home sits on 1.95 acres of pristine beauty. Spanning a full three stories, features of the home include seven bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, a two-story formal foyer, banquet-sized dining room, paneled study, gourmet kitchen with keeping room, first floor master suite with a sitting room and spa bathroom and a terrace level complete with a media room, game room, exercise room, bar, indoor golf area, wine cellar, family room, a second kitchen and a bedroom suite.
The outside of the home is just as luxurious as the inside with elaborately landscaped grounds including the private backyard with a pool and a nature area.
Country Club of the South in Alpharetta is known as one of Atlanta’s most prestigious communities with an amenities package that includes a 54,000 square foot clubhouse with fitness center and several restaurants, a junior Olympic swimming pool, Jack Nicklaus designed championship golf course, tennis courts, lakes and open spaces. And, like Christine Glavine, Tom’s wife, many families choose the community because of the peace of mind the security measures provide.
Country Club of the South is ideally situated just off of GA 400, which makes commuting to major employment, cultural, recreation and entertainment centers easy.
Children living within the home may choose to attend Barnwell Elementary, Autrey Mill Middle and Johns Creek High as part of the Fulton County school system. Nearby private school options include King’s Ridge Christian School, St. Francis High School and Alpharetta Christian Academy.
For more details on the home located at 8925 Old Southwick Pass or to schedule a showing, please call Stephanie Lewis with Harry Norman Realtors at 404-261-2700.