News — Buckhead
This traditional New England–style country home, designed by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, was built in the 1930s
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Architect Caroline Reu Rolader worked to modernize the structure while keeping the elegance of the historic design. Family dog Jax sits on the front stoop. Photograph by Rustic White When John and Greer Tirrill discovered a 1930s Buckhead estate by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, they saw its beautiful bones, beyond some obvious quirks—sloping upstairs showers, a dungeon-like basement, and a dilapidated cabin on the 2.3-acre lot among them. To achieve a livable, family-friendly home that both paid homage to its history and worked for modern living, they embarked on a significant renovation with the help of architect Caroline Reu...