Welcome to Callanwolde! We hope you will enjoy this Virtual Tour of one of Atlanta’s most celebrated historic residences.
Built in 1920 by Coca-Cola heir Charles Howard Candler, Callanwolde was saved from demolition in 1971 by the citizens of DeKalb County and serves today as a unique arts center and hub of cultural activity for the entire metropolitan Atlanta area. The original estate encompassed 27 acres and included the 27,000 square foot Gothic-Tudor style mansion, a gardener’s cottage, a four-car garage with servant’s quarters, a swimming pool with pool house, six tennis courts, two large greenhouses, livestock barns, extensive vegetable and flower gardens, and a wide variety of native shrubs and trees as well as fruit and nut trees.
We invite you to take a self-guided virtual tour of the Callanwolde mansion as it appears today by clicking on the links below for photos with commentary of some of Callanwolde’s unique architectural features.
Callanwolde is handicapped accessible.