Charles Case House - architect, Neel Reid
This house could be considered many people's favorite house in Atlanta. It was my grandfather's favorite and is often called The Eagle House because there are eagles on the stone wall at the entrance to the courtyard. It was built from 1919-1921 for the Charles Cases and was called Somerset. In designing the house Neel Reid was inspired by Tintinhull in Somerset, England.
image via Architecture Tourist
It's one of Neel Reid's best in Atlanta. Perfect in scale and size...not too big, not too small, just right as Goldilocks would say.