Perfectly perched atop an idyllic 1.3-acre lot in an exclusive gated community known as Old Cobblestone, the Old Bailey Estate once encompassed over 257 acres that has been transformed into what is now known as Dunwoody Country Club.
The 11,500 Williamsburg manor, constructed of concrete and steel, was developed in the 1930s by G. Tom Bailey, an Atlanta Businessman and proprietor of over 80 movie theaters across the U.S. Bailey hired the architectural firm of Frazier and Bodin, celebrated for designing most of the homes in Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park prior to World War II, including the residences for Hugh P. Nunnally, Charles B. Nunnally, Charles King and Robert “Bobby” Jones.
The estate was acquired by Atlanta architect Stephen Fuller and wife Kerry in 2006. The Fullers completed a masterful renovation and expansion of what is now a 5 bedroom, 6 full bathrooms and 2 half bathroom showplace.
The residence boasts an array of exquisite appointments, including six fireplaces, wood-paneled study, solarium, gym, billiards room, entertainment bar, wine cellar, au pair suite, and four covered outdoor verandas. The magazine-worthy designer kitchen features double marble islands, rare Alabama white marble flooring and custom-designed cabinetry.
The stunning home is one of a kind, with character and grandeur beyond measure. Its beauty is only outdone by its warm charm. It is a design masterpiece with endless elegance.
Photography by: Photos by Chase Mizell