This spring, Instagram was abuzz with images from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ 2017 Southeastern Designer Showhouse. “Perhaps no other showhouse in Atlanta’s history has felt quite this regal,” wrote Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. The Buckhead home was built for the Haverty family in the 1960s by celebrated architect James Means, who employed reclaimed materials, from the cobblestones in the driveway and brick on the house’s front facade to the first floor’s heart pine floors and intricate paneling. Architect Yong Pak and builder Michael Ladisic oversaw a sensitive overhaul of the historic estate including a family room, master wing, upstairs laundry, basement with wine cellar, tasting room and “man cave,” a garage and above-garage apartment, a rear screened porch, infinity-edge pool with Peacock Paver deck, and a pool porch wing with pool bath and shower. Whew!
In case you missed this gorgeous showhouse, below is a sampling of my favorite rooms, photographed by Emily Followill for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. And at the end of this post, I have included some before images from the real estate listing!
For sources and a plethora of additional beautiful images from the 2017 Southeastern Designer Showhouse, please visit Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Which room is your favorite?