The Azalea House, Originally Owned by Charles H. Black

This one-of-a-kind home was originally owned by Charles H. Black, the original developer of the Tuxedo park Neighborhood, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Buckhead.  It was built in 1930 and was designed by the famous architecture team Frazier & Bodin.  It has been renovated twice by Harrison Design Associates. It is currently listed by Glennis Beacham of Beacham & Company, REALTORS. Click here to see the listing.

7 Bedrooms 8 Full, 3 Half Baths Carriage House (1 Bedroom) Guest House (2 Bedrooms) More than 3 Gated Acres

Please enjoy this photo tour through the home! (all photos by Rod Collins and Blayne Beacham)

IMG_1673 02 – Front Elevation Close Up with Ivy

Front IMG_1677 IMG_1679 IMG_2124 IMG_2122 IMG_2128 225 Valley Through House IMG_1683 IMG_2112 IMG_2104 IMG_2103 IMG_2133 IMG_2138 IMG_2147 IMG_2156 IMG_2171 IMG_2157 IMG_2172 IMG_2362 IMG_2146 IMG_8455 IMG_8428 IMG_1693 FINAL POOL IMG_8422 IMG_8412 IMG_8458

To see more of this house, check out the post I wrote when it was on the Buckhead In Bloom Tour.

Have a great weekend everybody!