Because of its sheer size (22,000 square feet) and Mediterranean-style architecture, this estate is unlike any other home in the area, said listing broker Suzanne Close.
It initially hit the market nearly three years ago for $5.9 million. After the bank took possession of the property in 2011, it was re-listed for $3.7 million.
Built in 2006 on 3 1/2 acres, this home was made for people who love to cook -- or, have someone cook for them. There are four kitchens inside (two on the main level, one in the guest suite and an additional one in the basement), as well as an outdoor kitchen near the pool area with gas and charcoal grills and a pizza oven.
Other pricey details include hand wrought iron work, travertine floors and limestone around the pool deck.
For more information: Atlanta Fine Homes
These foreclosed homes may be in some of America's hardest hit neighborhoods, but the deals may be too good to pass up.
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