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 In collaboration with JackBilt Homes and Trisha Cohen with 2Design Group, Springdale was a historic preservation and addition to a home originally conceived by Arthur Neil Robinson, for Lee Hagan in 1919.  Prominently situated on Druid Hills' most prestigious street, Springdale Road, the home's principal architecture was meticulously continued in the addition to create a seamless marriage between the original home and the new wing.   Photography courtesy of   Emily J. Followill
       
     
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 In collaboration with JackBilt Homes and Trisha Cohen with 2Design Group, Springdale was a historic preservation and addition to a home originally conceived by Arthur Neil Robinson, for Lee Hagan in 1919.  Prominently situated on Druid Hills' most prestigious street, Springdale Road, the home's principal architecture was meticulously continued in the addition to create a seamless marriage between the original home and the new wing.   Photography courtesy of   Emily J. Followill
       
     

In collaboration with JackBilt Homes and Trisha Cohen with 2Design Group, Springdale was a historic preservation and addition to a home originally conceived by Arthur Neil Robinson, for Lee Hagan in 1919.  Prominently situated on Druid Hills' most prestigious street, Springdale Road, the home's principal architecture was meticulously continued in the addition to create a seamless marriage between the original home and the new wing. 

Photography courtesy of Emily J. Followill

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