This home was constructed in 1883 by local architect Gottfried L. Norrman. Set against the somewhat incongruous backdrop of Midtown's glass and metal skyline, the High Victorian Queen Ann design is reminiscent of the shingle style popular on the eastern seaboard during the latter part of the 19th Century. Currently the Atlanta Preservation Center is working to protect the house which has come under pressure from developers. It is a major landmark in Atlanta and an important historical site.
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