The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the Randolph-Lucas House was built in 1924 for Thomas Jefferson's great-great grandson. The Peachtree Road mansion has been virtually untouched for the past quarter of a century, and efforts to find a buyer have been unsuccessful.
The Buckhead Heritage Society this summer even offered the home to anyone who can afford the $350,000 estimated cost to move it to a new location in the neighborhood. But there were no takers.
The house was built almost 90 years ago for Hollins Randolph. It was designed by the architect who helped build the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.