Clay Snelling

Rare Treat: Architecturally Significant Hal Thomson Tudor Hits The Market

By Karen Eubank / November 25, 2019 / 3 Comments

Why is it that some architecturally and historically significant homes stand the test of time, as if they were ageless vessels of grace? A case study might well be 4209 Bordeaux — primo Highland Park dirt, a Tudor mansion that goes light on the steepness of the pitched gable roofs, got a bit playful (but […]

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Find an Exclusive Urban Oasis at this Bluffview Estate on over 2 Acres

By Candy Evans / August 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

Sitting on 2.32 acres with mature trees, manicured landscaping, and a creek, one Bluffview estate is truly exceptional and the only property like it on the market now.  The privately gated, French-style house at 4222 Cochran Chapel Rd. was designed by Richard Drummond Davis and built in 1996 by Breckinridge Nixon Homes and Clay Snelling. With […]

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