Atlanta’s 1929 ‘Mayfair’ Estate Hits the Market

Posted on April 3, 2019

‘Mayfair’ is one of Atlanta’s landmark homes sitting on 1.5 acres. Designed in 1929 by Atlanta architects Cooper and Cooper, the home’s grand scale has classic details found only in America’s most historic homes. Herringbone wood floors line the home and contrast magnificently with the cornices and intricate moldings. There are 11 fireplaces throughout which adds to the already impressive grandeur of the estate. The floating spiral staircase in the foyer leads directly into one of the formal living areas boasting three sets of French doors leading out to the parterre garden. The flat grassy area and ample seating space under the 8 pillar back porch was made for garden parties! This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Atlanta history and make it your own.