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This long-vacant lot in the heart of one of Atlanta’s thriving historic districts will become a grand new home. By limiting parking to a detached carriage house accessed by a rear alley, this American Foursquare presents a public face that harkens back to a time when residents traveled Atlanta’s streets by trolley.

Built on the site of a 1920s house destroyed by fire, this spacious four bedroom 3.5 bath home closely resembles its predecessor from the street, but incorporates an open floor plan and the modern conveniences of a new home. Unique features include a roof patio with skyline views, and a carefully hidden three-car garage.

Main and Upper Floors

Spacious open floor plan

This surprisingly large four bedroom home utilizes its steeply sloped lot to provide the owner with generously sized living spaces and a two-car garage, all tucked behind a charming front porch reminiscent of nearby historic homes.

Main and Lower Floor Plans

Front Porch

Rear deck

The third and final house built on the site of a devastating 2007 fire, this new home is deceptive in its modest street presence.  A unique split level plan conceals a large family home with an open-concept floor plan, basement level two car garage and guest suite.

FrontA spacious new home in one of Atlanta's most popular in-town neighborhoods, this four bedroom home has an attic playroom, an apartment above the carriage house, and an outdoor living room complete with fireplace.

Main and Upper Floor Plans


Carriage House


Note: This project was designed while employed at Harrison Design Associates