239 Fifteenth Street

Recently designed by architect Stan Dixon, named one of the “New Faces of Southern Style” by Garden and Gun magazine, this gracious home perched atop a hill has gorgeous views of Midtown and beyond.

230 The Prado

Designed in 1913 by architect Neel Reid, the interior and exterior of this Dutch Colonial have been lovingly preserved by its current owners. Reid designed buildings in many styles, and examples of his Tudor and Colonial homes can also be found in Ansley Park.

168 Peachtree Circle

Built in 1908, this was the home of Elizabeth Crawford, author Margaret Mitchell’s childhood best friend. It was completely renovated by the previous owner to maintain the character of the original home and add modern features in a rear addition.

157 Seventeenth Street

Designed by Castro Design Studio, whose work features an unwavering commitment to quality craftsmanship and attention to detail, this home was created for modern living. It features lots of light and skyline views with lush greenery in the back.

31 Lafayette Drive

Architect P. Thornton Mayre designed this home in 1913 as his own private residence, and a thoughtful renovation retains the original fa├žade and many interior details while giving the space a modern appeal.

29 Walker Terrace

Built in 1920, this beautiful home was renovated with authenticity and features artistic details that honor its past while giving the space a modern sense. Complete with one-of-a-kind finishes and fantastic artwork and furnishings, it is a visual delight.

206 Seventeenth Street

Open Saturday, October 5 Only

Built in 2010, the custom Mediterranean style of this residence provides a relaxing and gracious air.  This home exudes a relaxed sophistication combining an open floor plan with multiple porches for effortless entertaining inside and outside.

Reid House (1325-1327 Peachtree Street NE)

Built in 1924 and designed by Georgia Tech architect Phillip T. Shutze, the iconic Reid House on Peachtree Street has been home to many of Atlanta’s most influential citizens with names like Candler, Inman and Woodruff. The two penthouse units that appear on this year’s tour feature stunning views and historic details including fireplaces and a mix of stone and brick.

First Presbyterian Church (1328 Peachtree St NE)

Open Sunday, October 6 Only 

Founded in 1848 and built in 1915, the imposing and impressive First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta is a beautiful example of Gothic Revival architecture designed by Walter D. Dowling and featuring additions by noted Atlanta architect A. Ten Eyck Brown. With an  organ and enchanting stained glass, some by Louis C. Tiffany, the church plays host to thousands of Atlanta churchgoers.

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