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Located just three miles southeast of Downtown Atlanta, east of Ormewood Park and south of Edgewood, the East Atlanta real esate market has recently been called “the best kept secret in Atlanta” by the Washington Post, “the epitome of cool” by Creative Loafing, and “one of the Top emerging ‘big c...
If you are looking for an Intown Atlanta neighborhood that has all the convenience of urban living but with a small-town feel, Kirkwood may be the perfect place to call home. Five miles east of downtown Atlanta, with close and easy access to both I-20 and I-285, this early streetcar suburb has mu...
Developed during Atlanta’s Reconstruction-era economic boom that lasted from 1870 to 1910, Edgewood has become one of the hottest neighborhoods in Intown Atlanta for affordable homes in an area undergoing tremendous growth. Located just 3 miles east of Downtown Atlanta and close to I-20, it has a...
Grant Park is home to the Atlanta Zoo, and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Atlanta. It has become a highly sought-after neighborhood for people seeking to purchase Intown Atlanta real estate. Founded in 1882, the neighborhood is recognized nationally for its historic setting, Victorian arch...
Define Your Needs Write down all the reasons for selling your home. Ask yourself, “Why do I want to sell and what do I expect to accomplish with the sale?” For example, a growing family may prompt your need for a larger home, or a job opportunity in another city may necessitate a move. For your ...
Located minutes east of Downtown Atlanta, and bordering Inman Park, Druid Hills, Little Five Points, Edgewood and Lake Claire is the wonderful neighborhood of Candler Park.  A main draw for living in Candler Park is its 55-acre park named for Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler who donated the l...
Close to downtown Atlanta, Historic Inman Park was established in 1890 by Joel Hurt as the City’s first planned community, and one of the nation’s first “garden” suburbs. Today, Inman Park continues to honor its founders vision for a community where small town living can exist just minutes from t...

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