Green B. Adair Mansion
Green Buren Adair (c. 1837-1914, Atlanta), a wholesale commission and fertilizer tycoon, acquired the 16 acres (6.5 ha) of land in 1892 for $17,000. The land was in the country at the time, but easily accessed by the new Nine-Mile Circle streetcar line. The house was completed in 1895 and served as the family's summer house until 1911 when they moved in permanently.
The Mediterranean-style house and grounds were nearly turned into a country club with tennis courts and a golf course. Instead, the grounds were turned into the Vineyard Park subdivision in 1911. This is an area of bungalow-style houses bounded by Adair Ave., Todd Rd., Virginia Ave., and N. Highland Ave.