1820 Garraux Road NW Atlanta, GA 30327
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An architectural recasting by classic architect James Means of a home designed by Neel Reid in 1912. When it was torn down in 1963, James Means salvaged the parts to rebuild the existing home for his clients on their property in the popular Paces neighborhood. The current owner acquired the property in 1980 and commissioned Norman Askins to build a first-floor master suite addition with a 2-car garage on the level below. Almost every room on the main floor has floor-to-ceiling French doors opening to the outside. Other significant features include beautifully patterned hardwood floors, elaborate moldings, four fireplaces, wood-carved decorative doors, and other classic details. This 3-parcel property also has a pool, pool house, and a tennis court. Bring your contractor and return this architectural gem back to the condition it deserves. Showplace potential!
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