House of the Week: Lawrenceville, GA

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Lawrenceville rowhouse

This week’s House of the Week is a cool brick rowhouse in Lawrenceville, GA! Lawrenceville is a suburb of Atlanta and the seat of Gwinnett County. Incorporated in 1821, the town is the second-oldest in the Atlanta area. It’s named for Commodore James Lawrence, the heroic commander of the frigate Chesapeake during the War of 1812.

Residents love Lawrenceville because of its best-of-both-worlds feel. The town has a well-preserved 19th-century town square and hosts hometown-style events such as rib festivals, outdoor concerts, and holiday parades. At the same time, residents enjoy all the benefits of living in the nation’s ninth-largest metro area.

Our favorite feature of this House of the Week is the amazing kitchen with its built-in wine and bar area. We also love the unique but elegant lavender walls in the dining room. Check out the video tour and photo gallery below!

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