Chatham Hall has the graceful elegance of older homes. Inspired by Atlanta architect Louis Crook's residence in Buckhead, residential designer Timothy Bryan used elements of his home when creating Chatham Hall.
The stately, well-crafted exterior embraces the traditions of classical architecture. The foyer establishes a sophisticated first impression as it leads to the central core of the house-the family room and community space formed by the breakfast and keeping rooms and kitchen. A grand cased opening creates a formal entry to the dining room.
With multiple columns marking hallways and cased openings, this plan's architectural details lend a timeless look. A master suite has its own covered back porch and a bath that overlooks the courtyard. Upstairs, three bedrooms and two baths provide gracious quarters for children or guests.