Oh so special, this stately traditional home was built in 1929 for legendary golfer Bobby Jones and later was home to a Georgia governor! Beautifully sited on a prime approximately 1.6-acre level lot rumored to have been gifted by Atlanta to Bobby Jones following his grand slam, this historic jewel offers the craftsmanship and elegance of a bygone era with a current renovation underway. Located in the premier Tuxedo Park neighborhood, there are impressive front and back yards with a pool and pool house.A grand front porch introduces a light-filled sanctuary with front-to-back foyer and staircase to upper level and there's a spacious fireside living room and paneled library where it is said Bobby Jones and Cliff Roberts planned the Masters Golf Tournament. In addition, the main level originally included a large dining area and kitchen, breakfast room, butler's pantry, bedroom and two baths. There are four generously-sized bedrooms up and a lower level bedroom and bath with private entry.NOTES: Selling As Is. There have been some alterations made to the landscaping since the photos were taken. The house has undergone some demolition and is currently a construction site, so an appointment with the listing agent is required to see.