Pak Heydt & Associates is one of Atlanta’s premier architectural firms that specializes in high end residential design. It is an expansion of the firm Yong Pak which was founded in 1997. They have designed some incredible homes over the years including this beautiful English Manor house dubbed the “Cotswold Estate”.

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  • Architect 121

    i hope you got inspiration for this post from my comment, this is an amazing firm that deserves recognition.




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  • Grrrowler

    That is a truly beautiful house. I fell in love with Cotswold architecture in Woodstock, England years ago and I still love it. I’m betting that after the exterior of this house ages a few years it will have a wonderful patina.

    In fact, every house on the architects’ site is amazing. Someone is doing their homework when they design those houses and keeping both the interiors and exteriors true to the overall style. It’s such a refreshing change to see a the design philosophy carried all the way through the property, instead of so many houses that are one thing outside and another inside (usually a dead Louis on the inside).




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  • Stewie

    I’m sorry but the stone they used just disgusts me. It’s spotty and confusing. It’s like a labyrinth on the exterior. Don’t like that at all. But the house is built to a good quality, that’s obvious




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    • Daniel

      I agree with you. It looks like the house has chickenpox or a bunch of moles on it…either way too distracting.

      Not exactly a fan of the home style or interior design, but it is nicely detailed. Not for me, but commendable nevertheless. I do like the wood work however, and the staircase is very nice.




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    • Grrrowler

      The stone used is like that for a reason. Traditional Cotswold architecture uses rubble stone. If they’d used anything else it would not longer be a Cotswold-style building. I personally am thrilled that they kept it authentic.




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      • Daniel

        Like I said, not exactly a fan of the style 😉




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  • Cole

    I don’t really like the facade, but the interior looks like one of the stunning townhouses in Back Bay.




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  • Venom

    Stunning.
    Gorgeous.




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  • Marcus

    This is a beautiful home and I love everything about it. It is in a very highend neighborhood in Atlanta and sets on 16 private acres.




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  • Barney

    VERY NICE place, and the architectural firm that designed it, and all the other homes on their site REALLY know what they’re doing. Especially the Interior Designers who finished the houses..exceptionally talented. All the homes on the site are, as Grrrowler correctly said, very well executed in their cohesive & seamless style. And even more refreshing, none of them looked to be ridiculously & uselessly HUGE…..all the more reason to admire and inspect them much more fully. GREAT job. One more thing…..the FOYER in the Cotswold house…….SPECTACULAR, and that’s gotta’ be one of my least favorite style of architecture inside & out….but the proportions, light, layout and materials used in that entrance are gorgeous!




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  • Jason

    Pak Heydt is one of Atlanta’s best architectural firms practicing classical architecture. They along with Harrison and Assoc., William T. Baker and Norman Askins.




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    • Architect 121

      don’t forget Stan Dixon! He does amazing, classically proportioned homes. Unfortunately, his website is currently under construction, and most of the homes he has designed are not on the internet.




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  • Swimmer

    Amazing Home.




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  • Dwayne Gladwin

    Has anybody seen this house lately? It is in absolute disrepair. It has been abandoned and is for sale. The address is 830 W Conway Dr. Atl. Georgia. If you go on the Tina Fountain website you can see the current pics. Really sad. If I had the cash I would buy it.




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