Truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a legacy property in a highly coveted part of Atlanta, with as rich a history as you can find. In 1956, Atlanta Fulton County Stadium architect Cecil Alexander helped a family create a "Frank Lloyd Wright" inspired home on 5 acres of land. Over the next decades, the owners continued to purchase contiguous properties, and their land expanded to approximately 30+/- acres. The property has the majestic Nancy Creek running right through it. Over the years, the home and its tennis court and swimming pool became the center of activities. In 1970, a photographic darkroom was installed downstairs for an artist who became one of the South's finest photographers. Around the turn of the century, a two mile + trail around the property was blazed for dog walking, taking photographs, enjoying the wildlife & vegetation. Property Highlights today include: Two houses on property, all utilities available at property, walking trails and natural amenities.
Courtesy of Ansley Real Estate | Christie's International Real Estate
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