This popular in-town historic community is located about 5 minutes east of Atlanta’s downtown business district- completely inside City of Atlanta and Dekalb County. Sharing borders with Fulton County and the neighborhoods of Little Five Points, Inman Park, Lake Claire, Edgewood and Druid Hills, has kept it’s location so close to center popular by Atlantans looking for true in-town living. Much of the neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and features quaint and charming bungalow and craftsman style homes nestled within tree lined streets.
The small business district located at the intersections of Mclendon Ave and Oakdale remains beloved much in part to Atlanta originals like The Flying Biscuit Cafe – its first location still open on McLendon Ave.
At the heart of this community is a 55 acre City Park appropriately named “Candler Park” after Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler who donated the land to the city in 1922. It features an amazing array of green spaces, known for calming the senses of lunchtime refugees from downtown. Also find a 9 hole golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, ball fields, children’s play areas and miles of walking and jogging paths.
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