Cabbagetown (Atlanta, GA)
By Aaron Hofmann, aka Mr. Smyrna Vinings
(Atlanta Communities)
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Historic Oakland Foundation and the Georgia Daffodil Society will host the second annual Daffodil Day, a springtime celebration of Oakland Cemetery’s ubiquitous bloom! Join the Historic Oakland Foundation gardens staff and community partners on Saturday, March 19, 2016 for an afternoon of learning and expertise.The beautiful display of Oakland’s daffodils are a testament to the dedication of a small group of volunteers who have committed their time and energy toward planting them. Daffodils once bloomed throughout the grounds, but they have faded away over the years. These old varieties are almost impossible to purchase, however in the last few years they have been able to rescue thousands of these bulbs and replant them at Oakland. Land that is slated for development is identified, per...
By Kerry Lucasse, Your Urban Nest Atlanta Real Estate Consultant
(eXp Realty - Urban Nest Real Estate Group)
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Cabbagetown Event - Sunday in the Park at Oakland Cemetery Starting to get the Halloween spirit and looking for an event with a slightly spooky vibe to ease you into the Halloween season? Don’t miss Sunday in the Park at historic Oakland Cemetery in Grant Park on October 7, 2012! The event is Victorian themed, since the cemetery was established in the 1800s, and is Atlanta’s oldest cemetery. Attendees are encouraged to dress in Victorian garb and there will a costume contest, but no costume is required if you just want to pop in and check out the activities.  Learn more about this quirky event in Cabbagetown / Oakland Cemetery.       Related articles & info: October 2012 events and festivals in Atlanta Cabbagetown Rea Estate Guide and Homes for Sale Grant Park Real Estate Guide 
By Kathy Nielsen, Atlanta Georgia Home Stager
(http://atlantahomestaging.net)
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Should You Set Your Table When Selling Your Home? Here are my recommendations: Set one table but not both - In other words, if there's a dining room table AND a kitchen table, set only one of them. If there's only one table, take into consideration "how busy a table setting" will have from a visual standpoint. If it appears "clutter-like", then opt for a simple arrangement.    I also let the home speak to me in terms of what it needs. For example, in this home (with one table), I wanted the chandelier to take center stage. As a result, I used small, contemporary dishes, no napkins, or glasses and a centerpiece.    I added a twig to the centerpiece to help pick-up the browns from the window treatment and table:     Close-ups:        
By Michael Neville, Intown Atlanta Realtor
(Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Midtown)
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One of the quirkiest neighborhoods in Atlanta, Cabbagetown, hosts one of the best Fall events every year.  This neighborhood is unlike any other in Atlanta.  With a historical connection to the Appalachian Mountains this neighborhood has a feel all its own -- no, I'm not kidding, but that history lesson is best saved for another time. Chomp & Stomp is a great chance to enjoy a HUGE number of insanely hot & good chili's at the cook-off.....but get there early because it goes quickly.  You could get there extra early & get rid of any guilt about eating countless types of chili and drinking beer all afternoon while listening to live blue grass music because you ran the Chomp & Stomp 5k in the morning. It all goes down at the Cabbagetown Park at the corner of Tye Street & Kirkwood Avenue.  ...
By Karen Dembsky, Atlanta Home Staging
(Peachtree Home Staging LLC, Home Staging in Atlanta, GA)
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Another In-Town Atlanta home, home staged by Peachtree Home Staging SOLD! This new construction builders home was on the market for OVER A YEAR!   Yes, over one year on the market! Although I wish everyone would plan ahead and stage their home prior to listing . . . I get positively challenged by that telephone call inquiring about staging a vacant home that isn't selling.  I am so confident that Peachtree Home Staging can make a difference! We staged this vacant home mid November before Thanksgiving.  It was off the market right after the new year with the proud new home owner moving in this past weekend.   Wow -- 45 days is a huge improvement over 365, don't ya think?  I truly love the power of presentation (A.K.A. -- Home Staging) that helps vacant homes sell!    
By Kerry Lucasse, Your Urban Nest Atlanta Real Estate Consultant
(eXp Realty - Urban Nest Real Estate Group)
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Top Atlanta Intown Neighborhoods - Cabbagetown Homes for Sale It's that time again!  Get ready for a good ol' fashioned chili cook-off in one of Atlanta most unique neighborhoods.    The "Chomp & Stomp" in Cabbagetown brings in quite a crowd each year and is a fantastic way to spend a "chilly" Saturday afternoon. This will be Cabbagetown's 6th Annual Chili Cook-off & Bluegrass Festival and there is definitely a little something for everyone: 5K Run (AM) Live Bluegrass Music all day Artists Market And of course, lots and lots of CHILI! The festival will be in the Cabbagetown Park on November 7th from 10 am to 6pm.  It gets pretty crowded later in the day, so be sure to get there EARLY if you want to sample all the chili! FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT: http://www.chompandstomp.com/  ...
By Kerry Lucasse, Your Urban Nest Atlanta Real Estate Consultant
(eXp Realty - Urban Nest Real Estate Group)
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Atlanta Real Estate - Intown ATL Neighborhoods - Cabbagetown Travel & Leisure Magazine searched the US from coast to coast to find the most "happening 'hoods" in the country.  Guess who they named one of America's Best Secret Neighborhoods? CABBAGETOWN Yes, the secret is out! Read the full article. For those of you who are already familiar with Cabbagetown this doesn't come as a suprise.  If you haven't even heard of this hip, eclectic Atlanta neighborhood, you've come to the right place!  Cabbagetown was founded by Jacob Elsas in 1884 and originally consisted of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill and houses for the workers.  The story is that the entire family would go to work at the Mill and because of that, no one was home to cook dinner.  The Cabbagetown residents started boiling cabbag...
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