Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Peachtree Garden Club Christmas Home Tour December 9

Halcyon Oaks, above, is on the National Register of Historic Places and was built in 1921.

Don't miss the Peachtree Garden Club Christmas Home Tour on December 9 from 10am-3pm. Four beautiful houses will be featured. All proceeds go the Peachtree Garden Club Community Fund (a non-profit 501C-3) and all donations are tax deductible. The tour is sponsored by Balentine and Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's Realty.

This house was built in 1940 and was designed by Pringle and Smith and has been renovated by Bill Litchfield, interiors by Carolyn Malone.

An all time Atlanta favorite, this house was designed by Philip Shutze and built in 1939. Yong Pak renovations and additions.

Filled with beautiful antiques and art, this house was renovated by Norman Askins, interiors by Charlotte Cahoon of Herndon Interiors. Gardens by John Howard Designs.

Tickets, which are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the tour, are available at any house the day of the tour and also may be purchased at the following stores beginning December 1:

Boxwood Garden and Gifts
100 E. Andrews Drive
Atlanta, GA 30305

Nadeau/Furniture with a soul
2349 Peachtree Road/Peachtree Battle Shopping Center
Atlanta, GA 30305

Erika Reade Ltd.
3732 Roswell Road
Atlanta, GA 30342

Tootsie’s, Inc.
3400 Around Lenox Rd NE # 219
Atlanta, GA 30326-1408

The Mercantile
1430 Dresden Drive, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30319

All images via Whitehaven


  1. What a great line-up of beautiful homes!

  2. wish I didn't live so far from atlanta...peachtree is such an atlanta word!

  3. These homes are exceptional. Each home has a different feel. The home on Andrews is a very sophisicated spot. Beautifully appointed. The Habersham Road is young,and fun with a bow to a classical Charleston heritage. Howell Mill Road is decorated by the homeowner who grew up in the house. The house on Northside has lovely millwork and lots of old Atlanta feel, but loved and lived in by a young family. All will be festively decorated for Christmas. Come see! Thanks, Elizabeth Martin
    Fundraising Chairman Peachtree Garden Club.