Free Buckhead mansion gets reprieve

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BUCKHEAD, Ga. -- That historic Buckhead mansion slated for demolition is getting a 120 day reprieve and it comes just in time.

The condo association trying to demolish the Randolph Lucas house is slated to get its permit tomorrow from the city.

MORE | Read the statement regarding the mansion

The house sits in front of the 2500 Condo building on Peachtree Road.

The mansion has been offered free to a good home. The cost of moving the home to another part of Buckhead is $350,000 and that doesn't include the cost of any updates or repairs the house, which was built in the 1920's for Thomas Jefferson's great great grandson.

RELATED | Free Buckhead mansion to a good home

Buckhead Heritage signed an agreement with the condo association Tuesday which will pave the way for the home to be moved and will buy some time.

The head of Buckhead Heritage, Wright Mitchell, says they have serious interest from a potential buyers. 

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