Greek Revival Style

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Front

    In John Berendt’s runaway bestseller Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, his newly acquired Southern friends invite him to a University of Georgia football game. The New Yorker is shocked…   Read the Article

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Fountain

    Designed by the Atlanta architectural firm Historical Concepts, the home was completed in 1985.   See the Gallery

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Entrance

    Unlike the original home in Athens, the Marietta entrance has a grand double-sided staircase.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Front Door

    Simply standing on the Marietta homes's grand front patio takes you back in time.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Swimming Pool

    The sparkling pool is complemented by a custom-built pergola and a bronze winged statue.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Arches

    Even the legendary arches, easily one the University of Georgia’s most visible symbols, were recreated in the Marietta home's garden.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Music Room

    The sitting room or music room is to the right of the front door and highlighted by a pair dramatic columns.   See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Front Parlor

    Primarily used for entertaining, the front parlor has lots of natural light, wide-plank hardwood floors and brass lighting fixtures.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Foyer

    To the left of the foyer and opposite the parlor is a large formal dining room flanked by more columns.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Column Detail

    Columns are a distinctive focal point throughout the home.    See the Image