This stunning Georgian Revival style home was designed by acclaimed Atlanta architect William W. Griffin in 1934. A distinctive staircase, luxurious millwork, built-ins and hardware, pegged walnut and pine floors, 10ft ceilings, and generous public spaces filled with light are just a few of the special qualities of this engaging estate. The main level public rooms include an inviting room-sized entrance hall which opens to a
breath-taking living room on one side and on the other to a mahogany paneled library,
both with marble fireplaces. The dining room is perhaps the largest and most beautifully appointed of any found in a home of this era; it is truly spectacular! There is a stone-floored sunroom off of the living room with three dramatic walls of ceiling height windows. The kitchen is spacious, with a butler’s pantry in the breakfast area, and original random width heart-of-pine plank flooring. On the second floor bedroom level, the primary suite affords two closets (one walk-in) and a private bath with separate shower and tub, double vanities, and water closet. Of the remaining 3 bedrooms, one enjoys a private bath while the other 2 share a bath. The largest of these additional bedrooms features a fireplace, tray ceiling and large walk-in closet. There are 4 finished floors, including an attic level bonus room with built-ins and a terrace level fireside timber-beamed den opening to the stone terrace in back. A brick-floored mud room opens to the 2-car drive under garage. Exterior features include an upper terrace with Chippendale railing, as well as a Pennsylvania blue stone terrace overlooking the back yard. The roof is Buckingham slate, gutters are copper, and the home is served by underground utilities.