Greek Revival Style

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Marble

    The original marble fireplace will be preserved and used at the new Ansley location.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Entryway

    The new owners hope that the home will receive many more generations of guests in the grand entryway.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Goodbye Buckhead

    Hello, Ansley Park. Preparations are underway to move the historic home away from the modern condos and to a new wooded lot.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Beams

    All of the interior beams were salvaged with the intent of reusing them at the new location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Shutters

    The century-old shutters will be used at the new Ansley Park location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Homecoming

    The new owners said that they hope the historic home will look as if it has been at its new location forever.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Roof Tiles

    All of the roof tiles will be removed and used at the Ansley Park location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Front Door

    The entire door casing will be removed and taken intact to the new Ansley Park location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Randolph-Lucas House: Facade

    Every detail of the historic home's facade will be reconstructed at the Ansley Park location.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Phil Proctor, "Column" Completed

    The completed project, which is part of Art on the BeltLine 2013, weighs 13 tons and measures 23-feet high.    See the Image