Pre-War Style

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Windows

    The large windows flood the home with plenty of natural light.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Chimneys

    The home boasts five fireplaces and a cantilevered balcony on the facade.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Carport

    The home not only has this covered carport but a garage and parking pad as well.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Rear

    Though the interior leaves a bit to be desired aesthetically, the home's exterior requires little noticeable work.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Crystal Chandelier

    The formal dining room features a fireplace and a lovely crystal chandelier.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Driveway

    This historic home is located near the Highland Country Club, which was founded in 1922.    See the Image

  • Nate Berkus Coop 39 Fifth Ave

    Nate Berkus, America's sweetheart of interior designers, has purchased a 15th-floor penthouse apartment in Greenwich Village. Apparently Berkus loves this corner of the city, since his new home will…   Read the Article

  • 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