A handful of teardowns. Two new whoppers, a big expansion, two pop-tops, three not-so-big houses, a squeezed-in modern. I can't keep up.
Full contact builders spec house.
I didn't get here at the beginning. Pre-Depression level details, pretty amazing I think.
The chimney was the deal.
Might not be your thing but heck-of-a-job by Mark Arnold. The chimney is the prominent detail on the porch but it's hard to see in this picture.
This was cute before and in a really nice creek-bottom setting.
It's still cute, a not so big house. Maggie Shannon architect.
Looks like it has always been there.
Pretty cute before. Look at the triple window, porch, and few-step grandma access.
Nice flat lot. No climbing with grocery bags.
I wasn't quite getting it until they installed the landscape then I got a crush. A not so big house, nice work Chip Murrah architect and Blake Builders.
and in the Old 4th Ward:
It held its own at 968 square feet. It's what caught my eye. Sidewalk level access really appeals to me, need the brick wall for a sense of enclose.
Already surrounded by teardowns, traditional left and modern right.
Hello garage door. It was on the Modern Atlanta tour last year and I enjoyed the inside.
Where mill houses used to be.
It was the "Faux Chateau" a transformed rancher by Barry Doss, R.I.P.. It was odd and I liked it a lot. Already surrounded by teardowns.
The former backyard from pictures I saved from the old real estate ad.
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