Impeccably Restored Midtown Landmark Home with a Guest House. Built by the Georgia Governor William J. Northen in 1909, this historic home features original arts & crafts windows, hardware, and plumbing fixtures combined with the luxuries of the modern home. From the original 7 Fireplaces to meeting the current Earthcraft certification standards, this home truly features the best of both worlds with interior design by Amy Wikman of Bjork Studio. Entering through the original double front doors leads you to the grand Living Room featuring original hardwood floors with detailed inlay, beautiful brick fireplace with concrete fireballs, and leaded glass bookcases. Pocket doors lead to the Library with floor-to-ceiling stained bookcases. The Dining Room offers seating for 12+ guests and features dark stained wainscoting with 6-panel pockets doors that close off for the perfect dinner party. In the Kitchen, you’ll find a SubZero glass-front refrigerator and Wolf gas range, floor-to-ceiling marble tile, and 8-foot French doors leading to the rear terrace. The Kitchen has been honored as Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Kitchen of the Year. On the main level is the large Master Suite featuring floor-to-ceiling stained wood paneling and original fireplace mantle. The Master Bathroom offers heated Carrara marble floors, original clawfoot tub, fireplace, steam shower, and Waterworks plumbing fixtures. Upstairs offers 3 large Guest Bedrooms plus a bathroom – plumbing capability available for an additional Kitchen and Bathroom. The rear screened porch overlooks the private rear courtyard with a center fountain and pea gravel ground covering – pre-wired for a carport, garage, or additional auxiliary dwelling unit. The Guest House is a legally rentable apartment with open ceilings and cross-beams, 2 fireplaces, and vintage style Kitchen. Additional features include a whole house sound system, water purifier system, Icynene spray foam insulation, and professional landscaping with lighting. This is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Atlanta history.