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reside magazineWhen you think about the history of the South it is impossible to not think about the roll Atlanta played in our region, as well as our nation’s history. We have historic homes, historic buildings and historic graveyards scattered across our great city. It is believed that the oldest existing property within the city of Atlanta dates back to 1856. Over 150 years ago, that is incredible! There are innumerable buildings is the city over 100 years old.

One of the reasons we have so many still standing is the care many people take in renovating these old homes. They carefully weigh the modern needs with the charm of days gone by and find a happy medium.

Sotheby’s International Realty knows this is a concern of their affiliate office client’s worldwide when undertaking a renovation of an older home whether it is on the National Historic Registry or not. Older homes are important to our heritage and homeowners value that, while trying to make those houses fit into the way we live today.

The quarterly publication of RESIDE magazine, Sotheby’s International Realty publication, focuses on this very topic. Professionals provide advice on historic renovations and how to manage the process, because we all know it can be a big one. To read the digital version of RESIDE click here, or stop our North Fulton office for a printed copy. While you are there we would be happy to talk to you about your real estate needs!


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