Spotswood Hall is celebrated as one of Atlanta’s most architecturally significant residences. Sitting on over 2 acres this Neo Classical Revival was built in 1913 with architect A. Ten Eyck Brown, a redesign by Phillip Shutze completed in 1933 and most recently a Norman Askins designed expansion. The main floor is ideal for entertaining, hosting a grand foyer leading to an expansive formal living room and den. The kitchen highlights designer appliances, marble counters and is open to the family room, 5 full and 3 half bath. Master suite is upstairs with dual baths and closets.