After listing last week, this 1930 pink stucco house in Atlanta's most well-to-do district caught the eye of Curbed National, where it earned "House of the Day" status and commenter compliments (with just one Miss Daisy reference). This one's the work of noted local architect Lewis Crook, whose firm with fellow Georgia Tech alum Ed Ivey completed many residences, churches and schools all over the region — including this immense, $4.9 million Tudor elsewhere in the neighborhood. With tile roofs, cast iron balconies, and its blushing Italianate exterior, the 3,172-square-foot home seems to have a bit more flair than the typical Crook house, which skewed towards a more traditional Neoclassical-influenced style. The three-bedroom home looks superbly maintained. Everything from the living room's heart pine ceiling—which, according to the listing, was modeled after one in Florence—to the elegant curving staircase to the many arched windows and doorways are dashing details to take in. The property also includes a sunroom, two-car garage, guesthouse and a sizable backyard.