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The Taylor-Grady House is a home that was revived to maintain its ancient Greek Revival style. It was built way back in the middle of the 1840s by a planter called General Robert Taylor who is also known as a cotton merchant. It was then bought by the Grady family in 1863. Henry W. Grady also became the managing editor of what is known to be now as the Atlanta Constitution.

The house is included in the list of the National Register of Historic Places. It is also one of the most preferred venues for special events like a wedding. Other corporate parties also rent the place along with other types of business social gatherings and other political receptions. The usual span of time allowed for rental each day would be ten hours.
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