Greek Revival Style

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House

    The new owners are taking great pains to ensure that all of the original details of the historic home are reused and preserved.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Skyline

    The home will travel on flatbeds two miles south toward downtown to its new location in Ansley Park.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Brick Removal

    Every brick on the home's exterior is being removed and taken to the new location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House

    The home has sat at 2500 Peachtree Road since 1924.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Study

    All the original hardwood flooring and mantels will be used at the new location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Columns

    The exterior columns await the big move.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Fixtures

    The demo crew carefully removes every piece of interior hardware with the intent of preservation or repurposing.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Interior

    The entire staircase will be dismantled and used at the home's new location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Subway Tile

    The demo crew will remove every piece of subway tile and every bath fixture and take it to the new location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Third Floor

    The third floor of the home has already been gutted and will serve as a new master suite.    See the Image