Rock Springs Road in Piedmont Heights

It's the mixture of styles that catch the eye: One interesting block of in-town Atlanta architecture.

Rock Springs is one street with 3 names through 3 neighborhoods. This is the Rock Springs in Piedmont Heights, the western most end. It's unlike any other block I now of: Family sized houses, set back more than usual with bigger than average lots, slightly elevated.

This is the newest one. It was a teardown - not shy at all.
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Porte-Cochere
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Red tile with barrel dormers
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Yellow-ish brick, symetry and eyebrow dormer
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Farmhouse
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Arch and bay clapboard
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One of the very best ranchers for miles and miles
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Rock Springs Road is in Piedmont Heights. It changes to North Rock Springs at Piedmont Road and begins its wind though Morningside. Until it crosses Morningside Drive where it becomes East Rock Springs Road. It crosses Rock Creek into Druid Hills where - typical for Atlanta - it becomes North Decatur Road.