Glenridge Hall property getting interest from corp...
by Everett Catts
04:03 PM, Friday, July 25
Since going on the market July 1, the Glenridge Hall property in Sandy Springs has been visited by about a dozen potential buyers, said Mike Rabalais of the Mayson family office, which is selling it. The parcel has about 76 acres of land, includin...

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