Greek Revival Style

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Upstairs Hall

    At the top of the double-sided staircase is a an expansive hallway with more columns.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Fountain

    At the Marietta mansion, a fountain adorns the circular driveway.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Front

    The front staircase at the Marietta home is much more ornate than the original university president's home in Athens, Ga.    See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Garage

    The original home was built in 1856 and probably did not require a garage.    See the Image

  • 15th Street Walkway

    Visitors to Atlanta inevitably remark on how green and lush the city is -- especially during springtime when the dogwoods and azaleas bloom or even in summer after months of consistent rains feed…   Read the Article

  • 15th Street, Old Atlanta Meets New

    Sitting in the Ansley Park neighborhood of Atlanta is a rare Greek Revival-inspired historic home.   See the Gallery

  • 15th Street Home in Ansley Park

    Located in the Ansley Park neighborhood in the City of Atlanta, this Greek revival classic was built in 1907.     See the Image

  • 15th Street Walkway

    Published 07/08/13 in Houses
    15th Street Walkway

    This historic Greek revival home is located right in the City of Atlanta near every modern convenience.    See the Image

  • 15th Street Front Door

    Published 07/08/13 in Houses
    15th Street blue front door

    Elaborate door surrounds were frequent features of Greek revival homes.   See the Image

  • 15th Street Veranda

    Published 07/08/13 in Houses
    15th Street Veranda

    The Ionic column is recognizable by its ornate scrolls and can be seen from the upstairs veranda.    See the Image