Peachtree Hills Place Member Nancy Conrad was recently profiled in Simply Buckhead with a look into her beautiful loft-like home. In addition to being an interior designer, author, publisher, entrepreneur and public speaker, Ms. Conrad founded The Conrad Foundation in 2008, which honors the legacy of her late husband, Charles “Pete” Conrad, the commander of Apollo 12 and the third man to walk on the moon.
After closing on her Peachtree Hills Place home in July 2020, Conrad worked with her friend, designer and architect Rahman Seraj of Seraj Associates, to create an inviting space for entertaining that fit her style and needs, including an oversized dressing room and a kitchen office. She also designed the home to accommodate her global mementos, curated artworks and one-of-a-kind furnishings.
Conrad discovered Peachtree Hills Place when a cousin and his wife, Charlotte Margolin, residency counselor at Peachtree Hills Place, attended a dinner party she hosted in D.C. to honor a book about their aunt. Conrad later visited Atlanta, and Margolin showed her around. “Charlotte introduced me to people she thought I would vibe with, and right she was,” Conrad says. “Wherever I go, I need to find my vibe and my tribe. Otherwise, why be there?”
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