Historic Buildings

The following properties have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places or have been nominated for listing on the National Register. The National Register is America's official list of cultural and historical resources worthy of preservation.

Photographs courtesy of the Historic Preservation Division, Georgia DNR.

The Round House2 Collier RoadVilla Lamar

2 Collier Road Apartments
           2 Collier Road | Built 1929 | Henry M. Rice, developer

22-24 Collier Road Apartments
           22-24 Collier Road | Built 1929 | J.W. Jenkins and J.G. Crockett, developers

Alexander, Cecil and Hermione, House
           2232 Mt. Paran Road | Built 1957 | Cecil Alexander, architect

The Calhoun House (also known as Trygveson)
           3418 Pinestream Road | Built 1921-22 | Philip T. Shutze, architect

Canton Apartments (now Crestwood Condominiums)
           2840 Peachtree Road | Built 1928 | Gardner Spencer Associates, architects

Fulton County Almshouse (the Galloway School)
           215 West Wiueca Road NW | Built 1911 | Morgan and Dillon, architects

Goodrum, May Patterson, House
           320 West Paces Ferry Road | Built 1932 | Philip T. Shutze, architect

Howell, Mrs. George Arthur, Jr., House
           400 West Paces Ferry Road | Built 1932 | Cooper & Cooper, architects

Knight, William and Ruth, Lustron House
           1976 Northside Drive | 1949 | Roy Blass and Morris Beckman (designed proto-type)

New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church
           3012 Arden Road, NW | Basement built 1928; Sanctuary built 1936

Peachtree Southern Railway Station (now Brookwood Station)
           1688 Peachtree Street, NW | Built 1918 | Hentz, Reid & Adler, architects

Sardis Methodist Church (now Sardis United Methodist Church)
           3725 Powers Ferry Road, NW | Built 1925-27 | Owen James Southwell, architect

Smith, Tullie, House
           130 West Paces Ferry Road | Built ca. 1840 | Robert H. Smith, builder

Spotswood Hall
           555 Argonne Drive, NW | Built 1913; remodeled 1933 | A. Ten Eyck Brown; Philip T. Shutze, architects

Swan House
           3099 Andrews Drive | Built 1928 | Philip T. Shutze, architect

Thornton, Albert E., House
           205 West Paces Ferry Road | Built 1936 | Philip T. Shutze, architect

Tompkins, Henry B., House
           125 West Wesley Road | Built 1922-24 | J. Neel Reid, architect

Tyler, Mary Elizabeth, House
           2887 Howell Mill Road | Built 1921 | unknown architect

Villa Lamar
           801 West Paces Ferry Road, NW | Built 1911-12 | George O. Totten, Jr., architect

Winship, George, Jr., and Emily, House
           2626 Brookwood Drive | Built 1925 | Burge and Stevens, architects

Witham-Clark House
           2922 Andrews Drive | Built 1923-26 | J. Neel Reid, architect