Bed and Breakfasts

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  • Stars Party in the Atlanta Treetops, Salvaged Materials

    It makes perfect sense to us that Peter Bahouth, the former executive director of Greenpeace and the Turner Foundation, would have three treehouses on his Atlanta property. It also stands to reason…   Read the Blog

  • Stars Party in the Atlanta Treetops, Long Shot

    Located in the heart of Buckhead, Woody Harrelson recently celebrated his birthday at the eclectic treehouses along with Casey Affleck and Summer Phoenix. And now you can spend the night there.   See the Gallery

  • Midtown Castle, Street View

    About this time of year, there’s electricity in the Atlanta air that makes us think anything can happen. The humidity that slows us during the summer months gives way to the fresh possibilities of…   Read the Article

  • Midtown Castle, Street View

    The 12,000-square-foot structure that was almost reduced to rubble is being converted into a London-style pub with luxurious sleeping quarters and a restaurant.   See the Gallery

  • Midtown Castle, Façade

    Published 10/24/13 in Houses
    Midtown Castle, Façade

    Many Atlantans feared this historic home would be demolished, but now workers are returning it to its original splendor.    See the Image

  • Midtown Castle, Neighborhood

    The historic structure is nestled in the heart of Atlanta between the Promenade II skyscraper (L) and the LEED Certified Gold Symphony Tower.    See the Image

  • Midtown Castle, Walls

    Published 10/24/13 in Houses
    Midtown Castle, Walls

    The Castle once reportedly housed boarders and the Atlanta Theatre Guild. The new owner said he does not plan on moving a single wall if he can help it.    See the Image

  • Midtown Castle, Promenade Building

    When original owner Ferdinand McMillan built the home in 1910, surely he did not imagine a 41-story skyscraper behind it.    See the Image

  • Midtown Castle, Price Tag

    Published 10/24/13 in Houses
    Midtown Castle, Price Tag

    Bryan “Mike” Latham, an industrial artist and architect, purchased the Atlanta structure at auction for about $950,000 and is reportedly spending $1 million to stabilize it.   See the Image

  • Midtown Castle, Damage

    Published 10/24/13 in Houses
    Midtown Castle, Damage

    Many of the home's shutters are missing and the columns on the front porch must be replaced.    See the Image