The Reid House is a historic Atlanta condo, designed in 1923 by key Atlanta architect Neel Reid. My childhood library was the AFPL‘s Peachtree branch, which happens to be right across the street from the condo building. That, plus the fact that my dad is a residential architect meant I was always aware of the property & its significance.
I heard recently that some units were for sale, some for incredibly low prices. This turned out not to be true, but it got me looking at the available units, and my goodness, they are gorgeous. My favorite was the unit below, which has by far the best windows.
I DIE. The place has lovely vintage details, well-done updates, and tons of natural light. I’ve also heard that the building’s walls are sound-proofed with sand, meaning that despite the central location (on Peachtree Street, right across from the High Museum), the inside is quiet. See the full listing with all photos here.