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  • Transformed Mediterranean-Style Home in Colorado Springs, Colo., After

    After splitting her childhood between North Carolina and Taiwan, Susan Peckham worked in both the home furnishings textile industry and the non-profit sector. The last two decades were primarily…   Read the Article

  • Transformed Mediterranean-Style Home in Colorado Springs, Colo., Before

    Realtor Willi Ellis helped her client, Susan Peckham, find a project home in Colorado Springs that no buyer wanted to touch. Peckham transformed it into a stunning contemporary retreat.   See the Gallery

  • Denver's Union Station

    Like many major cities across the United States, in the 1980s downtown Denver suffered from severe blight and many historic structures were boarded up and abandoned. Preservationists watched in…   Read the Blog

  • Homebuying Tips for Single Women: Don't Be Afraid of Renovation

    “It’s a great way to get the exact home you want, or get a good deal on a home that others may be overlooking,” says Lauren Bowling, who chronicles her purchase and complete remodel of a foreclosure…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Rose Lawn

    These are images of the Trust's Spring Ramble, which visited historic spots in and around Cartersville as well as progress on the greening of their Atlanta headquarters Rhodes Hall.   See the Gallery

  • The Greening of Rhodes Hall, Ceiling Rehab

    Known as the castle on Peachtree, Rhodes Hall is a historic Atlanta home that was built in 1904. Today it is a museum, a special events venue, and is also the Trust's headquarters. It recently went…   See the Image

  • The Greening of Rhodes Hall, Lighting Restoration

    Workers meticulously caulked all the joints between the newly restored tin ceiling panels of the porte-cochère. Rhodes Hall was one of the first Atlanta homes to be wired for electricity,…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, White Columns

    Built in 1876, the Conyers-Goss home is referred to as "White Columns" after the columns were added in 1903. After sitting vacant for nearly a quarter of a century, the home was…   See the Image

  • The Greening of Rhodes Hall, Exterior

    The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and Southface are launching the first certification program for the sustainable treatment of historic properties defined as "appropriate methods for…   See the Image

  • Atlanta Homes For Sale, May 2014, Briarcliff

    Located in the Briarcliff neighborhood of Atlanta, this midcentury modern was renovated from top to bottom. Just a few of the high-end renovations are a brand spanking new kitchen and new bathrooms…   See the Image