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Old 02-28-2020, 03:50 PM
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The renovation of this historic downtown house will be a big boost to the area. It has looked decrepit for a long time. Fixing it up harkens back to the day when downtown was a single family neighborhood.

In my opinion the ATL can use more "old house" restaurants. We've always enjoyed dining in places like that.

Inman Park Properties has purchased the historic Rufus M. Rose House with plans to renovate and repurpose the last standing Victorian home on Peachtree Street into a restaurant space.

The 119-year-old Queen Anne-style home at 573 Peachtree Street has been vacant and crumbling since the Atlanta Preservation Center moved out in 2001.

Full article...Inman Park Properties to restore historic Rufus M. Rose House for restaurant use
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