This 1929 Morningside
bungalow was one of the first houses built in a new subdivision, annexed
by the city of Atlanta in 1925, located along the trolley line. The new
owner wanted to restore the structure to its original Craftsman-style
glory. The interior of the house was finished in the “Stickley”
tradition of a pure and natural lifestyle with modern amenities.
Contemporary components, clean and simple lines and the use of mixed
materials throughout represent the arts and crafts style. The back part
of the house was opened up to take advantage of the back landscaping,
which makes a house conducive to a life of beauty and contentment. The
client believe that the project enhanced the house “superbly”, brining
it back to its 1920’s style but with a modern aesthetic and comfort to
last through the next ninety years.