It’s Listember! You know, that month when everyone puts out a list of stuff. Not to be left out, we’re doing the same.

Looking back at the end of the year, it’s always fun to see what the most expensive homes sold were for a particular area. Of course, homes on Lake Lanier are an obvious pick as a location for high priced listings; there are two in this group. Another two are located in St. Marlo Golf and Country Club. The last, well…you’ve all heard of this home: Le Reve. An over-the-top 72 acre estate that was built for $50 Million. Originally listed for $45 Million as a foreclosure, the bank dropped the price to $28 Million in January of 2010 eventually getting down to $16.25 Million when it was put under contract in June of 2011.

2015 Trammel Road, Cumming Ga - Sold For: $9,500,000Luxury Forsyth County Real Estate

What they got:7 bedrooms, 9 ful baths and 11 half baths. I don’t care how many daughters you have, there will always be a bathroom available in this home! I wrote about this property before, you can read about it here.

8165 Royal Troon Drive, Duluth Ga - Sold For: $2,250,000
Luxury Forsyth County Real Estate

What they got: 7 bedrooms, 8 full bath and 2 half baths and 13,832 square feet.

9005 St. Marlo Fairway Dr., Duluth Ga - Sold For: $1,425,000
Luxury Forsyth County Real Estate

What they got:Brick, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, finished terace level and nearly 10,000 sq. ft.

7520 Colony Drive, Cumming Ga - Sold For: $1,400,000
Luxury Forsyth County Real Estate

What they got: Brick, 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, beautiful pool and a fabulous panoramic view of Lake Lanier.

3810 Duck Cove Way, Cumming Ga - Sold For: $1,300,000
Luxury Forsyth County Real Estate

What they got: Brick, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths stunning stacked-stone ranch on deep Lake Lanier water with your own putting green, tennis courts and pool.

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