The Hand-Pittman House

Inman Park


1112 Austin Avenue

Atlanta, GA 30307

Two separate lots featuring an incredible historic home complete with in-laws' suite and separate garage.

Offered at $1,395,000




Double Garage

3,071 sq. ft.

1922 Victorian designed by Willis F. Denny

Three floors

Separate downstairs apartment

9,072 square feet double lot. Separated and zoned R5

Double garage and off-street parking

Original Historic Features

Designed by renowned architect Willis F. Denny* this 1922 period brick-home is a feature of the Inman Park historic district.

In October of 1975, long time Atlantan, Maureen Pittman acquired the house for $25,000. Over the years, the home has been lovingly maintained and enjoyed, by her family and most recently her niece.

Boasting a quarter acre of land, made up of two separated lots, the home backs up to a city greenspace and is situated in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Atlanta.

*Willis F. Denny was responsible for several well-known Atlanta landmarks listed on the National Register including Rhodes Hall (1903), Kriegshaber House (1900) and St. Mark Methodist Church.


plat blue boundaries

Plat 1112 Austin Avenue

Parcel ID: 14 001500130223

Zoning R5

Acres: .02259

Flood Zone Code: X500

Topography: Flat/Level

Plat 2

Parcel ID: 14 001500130215

Zoning R5

Acres: .2083

Flood Zone Code: X500

Topography: Flat/Level

History of Inman Park

In the late 1880’s Joel Hurt, a real-estate developer fulfilled his dream of building a beautiful, rural neighborhood connected to the bustle of the city by the first of the modern and exciting electric street car lines.

Named for his good friend and business associate, Samuel M. Inman, the 130 acres of land to the east of Atlanta, featured plenty of landscaped open spaces and curvilinear streets all designed for the impeccable taste of its well-to-do citizens.

The Atlanta Constitution described Inman Park in 1896 as……..

High up above the city, where the purest breezes and the brightest sunshine drove away the germs of disease, and where nature had lavished her best gifts, the gentlemen who conceived the thought of Inman Park found the locality above all others which they desired.
It was to be a place of homes, of pretty homes, green lawns, and desirable inhabitants. And all save those who would make desirable residents have been excluded. ... It's the prettiest, highest, healthiest and most desirable locality I ever saw. Everybody is friendly and neighborly. ... And as far as accessibility it ranks second to no residence portion of the city. We have three car lines and frequent schedules


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