Prior to the closing of the 2019 Designer Showhouse and Gardens at 4315 Garmon Road in June, Travis Reed of Travis Reed & Associates/Harry Norman, Realtors sold the $6.5 million estate, a record sale in the history of the showhouse in terms of how quickly it sold (two weeks before the showhouse’s run ended). Built by Robert Donner of Southern Gentry Homes, the nearly 13,000-square-foot estate was designed by Dietrich T. Logan of Logan Design Group. Eventually, the site will include two more houses and the community will be gated and called Garmon La Mare. The original house on the property belonged to Joseph and Harriet High and served during the early 20th century as their country retreat. Harriet High donated their city home, a Tudor mansion on Peachtree Street in Midtown, to serve as the first High Museum of Art. Luxury Realtor Travis Reed, right, who sold the showhouse, and Michael Kriethe, also of Travis Reed & Associates/Harry Norman, Realtors, relax under umbrellas on the terrace of the estate.

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