Pre-War Style

  • Nate Berkus Coop 39 Fifth Ave

    Interior designer Nate Berkus recently purchased this Greenwich Village penthouse, which was listed at $5 million. The living room features 10.5-foot coffered ceilings.   See the Image

  • Atlanta Rail Yard, Circa 1864

    Many parts of the Atlanta BeltLine once belonged to the Atlanta's rail system. Seen in this photo are the railroad depot and yard with the Trout House and Masonic Hall in the background.   See the Image

  • Atlanta Rail Bombed by Sherman

    Taken in 1865, the photo depicts the ruins of the Atlanta train depot, blown up on Gen. Sherman's departure during the Civil War.     See the Image

  • Travelers Rest, Toccoa, Ga.

    Built in 1815, Traveler's Rest was a tavern and inn serving the Unicoi Turnpike. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.   See the Image

  • NYC Open Houses Sunset Park Co-Op

    The prewar details are what caught our eye in this two-bedroom, one-bath co-op in Sunset Park. The 734-square-foot unit features original moldings and inlaid mahogany border. Its low maintenance…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Anthony's Restaurant Circa 2005

    Atlanta's Anthony's restaurant hosted Oscar winner Julia Roberts and now operates under the name 3109 Piedmont Estate and Gardens.   See the Image

  • LUXNYC-898 Park Ave

    Published 07/11/13 in Houses
    LUXNYC-898 Park Ave

    This two-bedroom Park Avenue co-op features original woods floors throughout, with hand-carved doors, coffered ceilings and other beautiful prewar details.   See the Image

  • The Historic Campbell House

    In honor of Independence Day, we’d like to recognize the beauty and historic grandeur of Wilkes County, located about 100 miles southeast of Atlanta. Not only is it home to more historic structures…   Read the Article

  • Campbell House Sunporch

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Sunporch

    In much later years, the sunporch was enclosed providing year-round enjoyment.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Sitting Room

    The historic home has two sitting or receiving rooms with original hardwood flooring and wainscoting.    See the Image