Unless you are traveling between Moreland Avenue and Cabbagetown, you'll never this. This part of Wylie street is the southern boundary of Atlanta's Hulsey rail yard. There is a fence separating street from the railyard. Except here: The fence zigzags around this little building. Is it historic or did the onwer refuse to sell? Were this house's torn-down neighbors as good as this one.
In the late 1980's this was the home of Harrison Design Assciates / Harrison Construction Company. This is where Dean's Villa (and Kearns' Villa) were designed.
Any brick mason would be proud of this one.
Notice the alternating dark and light bricks in the window surround and in the coins.
As if the brick weren't enough, we have the iron colunns. Can you imagine 3 big storefront wondows?
This is a building would be at home on a turn of the centry main street. In the grand tour of Inam Park, Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, and Grant Park, don't miss Wylie Street.
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