One of architect Neel Reid's earliest and finest commissions, the Joseph Neel House was completed in 1910 for Reid's namesake and benefactor, department store founder Joseph Neel. This monumental Tudor home features grand public spaces in the sixteenth-century English style with elegant details entirely by Reid: entry hall, formal dining room, parlor, breakfast room, and study. The second floor was conceived as a family sanctuary with six bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sleeping porch. The main floor incorporates grand entertaining spaces as well as more intimate rooms that include a sunroom, breakfast room, cozy library with fireplace, butler's pantry with SubZero freezer, and a functional kitchen with granite counters, Wolf gas cooktop, and double ovens with warming drawer. Enchanting rooms and peerless detailing remind one that "In architecture (Reid) was a poet, born with an eye for harmony and proportion and with a deft creativeness that could translate his vision into form and fact" (Atlanta Journal, Feb. 16, 1926). Previously occupied by the Federated Garden Clubs of Macon, the home is offered for sale for only the second time in its history and marks an extraordinary opportunity to acquire and occupy a Neel Reid home in its substantially original configuration.