1900 Fixer Upper In Atlanta Georgia

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1900 Fixer Upper In Atlanta Georgia

1900 Fixer Upper In Atlanta Georgia

$1,000,000

SOLD

537 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30308

5 beds3 baths7,122 sqft ¦ Lot 6,969 sqft

Fixer-Upper, Victorian, Mansion

Property Website


Realtor Information:

Stacia Smith ¦ Keller Williams Realty ATL Midtown ¦ (404) 604-3100


About This 1900 Fixer Upper In Atlanta Georgia

The Rufus M. Rose House, a late Victorian style home located in Midtown Atlanta. This property is an extremely rare example of a nineteenth-century town house built for one of Atlanta’s wealthy citizens.

This is a truly unique and rare opportunity to become the steward to this home, and own a living piece of Atlanta history. Here is your chance to save this last piece of a bygone era for generations to come. This home is on the National Register of Historic Places and qualifies for federal state tax credits.

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4 Comments

  1. el precio es altísimo con respecto al estado de la propiedad, talvez está en un buen lugar, pero para mí no lo vale, prácticamente hay que hacerla de nuevo.

  2. This is a beautiful old home. I used to pass by home many times on my way to work in the 70’s and 80’s when it was the J.H. Elliot’s Antiques and the Atlanta Museum. There was also a small sign in front that said either Old Toys Museum or Toy Museum. I am sad to say I never stopped there like I promised myself I would. This home is also about 2 blocks from the Fox Theatre and, if preservation and tax credit guidelines allow, would make a wonderful Bed and Breakfast for performers of it’s live events.

  3. This home is a treasure awaiting discovery!! “She walks in beauty . . .” does not begin to describe the glorious jewels hidden beneath the debris. Such exquisite details delicately sequestered through every room that can never be recreated again! The masterful craftsmanship seen in the woodwork boldly speak of artistic pride and talent that would rival a Michaelangelo creation! The heritage and legacy this grand Lady possess needs to be reclaimed for Atlanta and the inheritance this country will lose with her demise. We are the generation that must pass forward to future generations the love of creative beauty this country has always valued. She’s worth a History lesson or two ! America the Beautiful.

  4. The woodwork is amazing! I would love to see the improvement photos when it happens. The unique windows add a lot of character. Much work awaits the rehab but what a jewel slumbering to be awakened and have her beauty shine.

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