The condo association that owns the historic Randolph Lucas House will not agree to an inspection that could save the building from getting torn down.
Wright Mitchell, president and founder of Buckhead Heritage, told 11Alive News the condo association would not agree to an inspection by architects and builders proposed by Buckhead Heritage.
The condo association wants to tear down the old house, which is dwarfed by the butter-colored condo buildings that rise behind it at 2500 Peachtree Road.
Mitchell told Patch that roughly 10-15 inquiries have come in about the house, which is free to anyone who can pay the $350,000 to move it.
The cost to renovate the 2,700 square foot home is unclear. It was built in 1924 for Hollins Randolph, a great great grandson of Thomas Jefferson.
Mitchell told 11Alive the condo association lawyers may agree to the inspection after they have the demolition permit, but some fear it will be too late by then.
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