Set on a dreamy, wide-open tract of land that was once part of a small vineyard, this exquisite home offers endless views of the Chattahoochee River. Building 1714 Brandon Hall Drive, so close to the Chattahoochee River, was the culmination of four decades of home-building experience. Building Executive Terry Russell and his wife, Terrie, commissioned architect Greg Busch to design an architectural gem that showcased the magnificent Chattahoochee River in every room. Hand-split cedar shingles decorate the hand-chiseled old-world stone exterior, fashioned to resemble an English manor, while the interior offers clean lines, light-filled living spaces, soaring ceilings, spacious rooms and a harmonious floor plan with modern floor-to-ceiling structural wrought-iron steel windows/doors that open the entire home to the river. Loving attention to every detail and rare craftsmanship is in the bones of this home and echoes throughout all the finishes. Cedar rafter tails are sanded and shaped so they fit perfectly as tongue and groove, and the stone exterior is patterned to look like brick as it lengthens up the chimney. Designed to be a multi-generational gathering place to enjoy life on the river, this home allows you to savor the convenience of having everything you could possibly want at your fingertips: an oversized chef's kitchen with captivating river views, a 900-square-foot wine loft with retractable steel doors so the outside opens to the inside, a gunite Pebble Tec saline pool, a poolside outdoor kitchen and bathroom with a shower perfect for washing furry friends, a limestone fireside dining room, a 600+/- square foot yoga studio with soft cork floors, a sprawling front and side lawn, a waterfall jacuzzi with river views, six expansive porches that connect the modern interior to the breathtaking outdoors, a sleek wet bar that is perfectly accessible to the back porch, the best fly fishing on the Chattahoochee River, a beach-like riverfront perfect for launching kayaks and paddle boards, a tranquil place to sit and immerse yourself in the sound of the water and the sensation of the cool river breeze (always 10 degrees cooler by the river) and a perfect work-from-home retreat overlooking the calming river. Imagine waking up every morning to the fog rolling in and closing your eyes to the moonbeams on the glistening water. From the colors reflected on the water to the beautiful sunsets, the home was designed to revel in the endless connection to nature and the never-ending dance of the river. Set on one of the prettiest streets in Atlanta, with complete privacy because of two uninhabited islands and conveniently within 20+/- miles of everything Downtown Atlanta offers, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have it all.