I teased you a bit last week with half a picture from Buckhead in Bloom tour 2010. How could an entrance be any better than this? I can't show you; but what's inside feels just as good.
It's a smallish house, up a hill, in the woods. This is the backside, the angle encloses a little patio. I hope you can imagine those big beautiful windows from the inside and the French doors open for a party.
If you click here, you'll get a nearly full screen view.
The street-side view doesn't reveal it's secrets. I had no idea.
This was built as playhouse for one of the great Buckhead estates.
We'd be happy to live in this playhouse, the smallest house on the tour.
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