Italianate Style

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Walkway

    The Rhodes mansion, also known as the Pink Palace, is an important part of Atlanta's architectural history and was designed by Neel Reid and Philip Shutze.   See the Gallery

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Drawing Room

    The front drawing room is covered with original tapestries installed by designer David Byers.    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Walkway

    Located on West Paces Ferry, this grand home was designed by Atlanta architects Neel Reid and Philip Shutze for the Joseph D. Rhodes family of Rhodes Furniture.   See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Exterior

    This 1926 home is located in the poshest part of Buckhead near the stately Governor's Mansion.    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Veranda

    Located on the roof of the home, the veranda is flanked by two Italian sculptures.    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Rooftop

    How fabulous is it they made the rooftop accessible for cocktails and stargazing?    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Garage

    The home has a massive garage with garage apartment and an adjacent parking pad.    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Dining Room

    The enormous formal dining formal is graced with hand-painted Italian scenes, a fireplace and windows that overlook the pool.    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Study

    The doors leading to the study have been restored to their original beauty.    See the Image

  • Buckhead Pink Palace, Hallway

    The immaculate floors feature marble inlay, a stunning and surprising feature.    See the Image