Built by architect Emil Charles Seiz in 1901 at an estimated cost of USD9000, the Rufus M. Rose home is one of the last remaining examples of late Victorian architecture in Atlanta. The design is typical of affluent 19th Century in-town residences, with an elaborately-adorned front staircase that rises from the sidewalk, a necessity in pre-automobile Atlanta. The historic town home is in a dilapidated condition and is not safe for viewing.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: North Avenue Station