May 31, 2013
The Atlanta Preservation Center has been advocating on the behalf of the Randolph Lucas house for the past twenty years and we are happy to say that it has found a new home on Peachtree Circle in the Ansley Park neighborhood. We appreciate the dedication of the new owners to acquire, move and restore this wonderful piece of Atlanta’s history.
The home, currently at the intersection of Peachtree Road and Lindbergh Drive, has appeared on APC’s Most Endangered List and has survived over the past two decades with the help of many dedicated groups and individuals. The APC would like to thank all who have worked to get the Randolph Lucas house to the point where it can be moved and used once again as a residential property. Buckhead Heritage Society has been spearheading this latest advocacy project of securing a new location and arranging safe passage with the support of the Atlanta Preservation Center, the Georgia Trust, the City of Atlanta and a host of other groups. For more information on the Randolph Lucas house, please follow the link to APC’s Endangered List by clicking here or follow the link to the Buckhead Heritage site by clicking here.