Rhodes Hall has been an Atlanta landmark for more than a century. Constructed in 1904 as home to Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, it is now a museum in Atlanta. It also serves as headquarters for The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. It is one of the few remaining mansions on Atlanta’s Peachtree Street, and it is located just north of Pershing Point. Built in 1904, it is constructed of Stone Mountain granite in the Romanesque Revival style. It possesses a nation-wide importance for both the quality and design of its architecture. Rosebud’s historic restoration and refinishing was applied on floors over a hundred years old.