The historic Randolph-Lucas Mansion, which sits in front of a condominium complex at 2500 Peachtree Road, will be saved, at least for another 120 days.
On Tuesday, the Buckhead Heritage Society signed an agreement with the condo association for the four-month reprieve, which prevents the 1920s-era home to be torn down during that period. The Buckhead Heritage Society is hoping to save the home in that time.
The condo association planned to retrieve its permit that following day, to demolish the mansion, so the agreement comes just in time, according to WXIA-TV 11 Alive.
The house, which is about 2,700 square feet, is free to anyone who will pay the roughly $350,000 moving cost.
Wright Mitchell, president of the Buckhead Heritage Society, told Patch in September that roughly 10-15 inquiries have come in about the house, which is owned by the condominium association at 2500 Peachtree Road.
Mitchell said that anyone who is interested in the house can get more information and submit a query through the Buckhead Heritage website.
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