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Cliffwood is a unique blend of history, location, and distinctive architectural detailing. Coming to the market soon. English Tudor Revival Home “Cliffwood Estate” in River Chase Subdivision Cliffwood is a unique English Tudor Revival home in the exclusive River Chase Subdivision set on the Chattahoochee River. Built in 1976 by Bates Pratt, a prominent Atlanta residential home builder, Cliffwood is a historic property that offers a compelling blend of privacy, accessibility, and character. With its spacious area of conditioned living space and set on a spacious 1.3-acre lot at the neighborhood’s highest point, Cliffwood is defined by its unique rock walls built with stones from the property. The handmade bricks used in the construction tell a fascinating story of their own, sourced from the sidewalks and walls of where Fort McPherson and downtown Eastpoint, Georgia, connected in the late 1800s. The home, uniquely addressed as 6098 in a neighborhood where all other addresses end with 5 or 0, underwent significant renovations in 2009 and 2011. This includes the addition of a Summer Kitchen and Carriage House. The main house has a two-car garage and inside you’ll find two large master bedroom suites, two bedrooms with a Jack and Jill bathroom, four fireplaces, and two kitchens, creating an ideal setting for both large family living and sophisticated entertaining. The Carriage House includes a bedroom, bath, living area, granite kitchen, walk-up attic, and exercise room. All set atop a three-car garage that includes a laundry room, full bath and mud room at ground level. The outdoor Summer Kitchen features slate floors and a bar overlooking the private gardens. The back of the property is securely enclosed by a 6-foot fence and situated adjacent to a historic road easement used to bring supplies up from the Chattahoochee River in the 1800s. This now forested easement provides a pathway to the river for a variety of wildlife. Situated in Sandy Springs, Cliffwood is conveniently located near the Heards Ferry Elementary School, Riverwood International Charter School and Holy Innocents Episcopal School.