What Historic home in Inman Park, Atlanta’s first planned neighborhood.
Description “Inman Park is architectural eye candy. The neighborhood is made up of mansions dating from the late 19th century, including a famous Beaux Arts estate once owned by Coca-Cola magnate Asa Candler. But even Callan Castle can scarcely compete with the King-Keith House for curb appeal. The flamboyant peach and lavender Queen Anne home looks like a storybook creation.” The Guardian
“The King-Keith House was built circa 1890 by George E. King, local hardware magnate and owner of Atlanta’s King Hardware. He and his large family, including his six daughters, lived in Inman Park during its early origins.” Creative Loafing
Why While walking Inman Park, I came across this home and had to take a picture. Once closer to the property, I noticed ‘King-Keith House’ painted in cursive and became more curious. Only later did I realize this home was also a famous bed and breakfast.
Image: April Carson Photography