About the neighbourhood
Our house is located in the historic Edgewood neighborhood. It is approximately 3 miles east of downtown Atlanta and was developed during Atlanta’s Reconstruction-era economic boom that lasted from 1870 to 1910. The neighborhood has a mix of primarily porch-ready craftsman bungalows and modern and new construction.
Neighborhoods, such as Little Five Points, Candler Park, East Atlanta, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Virginia Highlands, Reynoldstown, Cabbagetown, and Kirkwood are only a couple of miles away and are full of restaurants, bars, parks, shops, etc. I would be happy to provide you with some nearby or local recommendations.
Our house is near a number of parks with biking areas and playgrounds, such as Candler Park Golf Course,
Public transportation is close and very easy to use. The Edgewood-Candler Park MARTA subway station is ~ 10-minute walk from the house and accesses all Westbound (towards Downtown) and Eastbound lines (towards Decatur) (Blue + Gold lines). There are also multiple bus routes that run through Edgewood and are within walking distance.
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is ~ 15-minute drive away and the MARTA subway connects directly from airport.
Use Uber or Lyft (which hardly ever takes more than a few minutes to come).
Walk to Kroger supermarket + pharmacy (open 24 hours), Target, Best Buy, Lowes, Barnes and Noble less than 1 mile away.