Located between Candler Park and Druid Hills, Lake Claire is an Intown Atlanta neighborhood with much to offer new home buyers looking for a simpler way of life. With its tree lined streets, diverse home styles, excellent location, and highly walkable design, it is no wonder that real estate in this area is in high demand. But, it is Lake Claire’s active commitment to “community” that draws young families, empty nesters, entrepreneurs, artists and business professionals to its fold. The neighborhood boasts the positive attitude that your neighbors are more than those who live along your street; they are the people who are active, engaged and as passionate as you are in making sure that where you live truly feels like home.
Founded in the early 1900s, Lake Claire is unique from some of its surrounding neighborhoods with its eclectic mix of house styles, abundance of mature trees, and green spaces scattered throughout. This was the result of early real estate offerings being sold as empty lots versus already-developed homes. Without major developers dictating landscaping and home design, individuals were able to create unique spaces specific to their own personal taste. It is a desire to protect the beauty and uniqueness of their neighborhood that keeps residents engaged in their community association, the Lake Claire Neighbors (LCN). Throughout the year, LCN members actively plan neighborhood events like the Lake Claire Home & Garden Tour, annual Halloween Kids Parade, and more. They work side by side to maintain the Lake Claire Park, The Harold Avenue Greenspace, and other green spaces throughout the neighborhood. And they diligently review any variances to city zoning that may have a potential negative impact. But, the residents of Lake Claire also know the importance of spending time with each other socially, and it is common to see them visiting together at each other’s homes, during a child’s ball game, at a local coffee shop, or just hanging out in the park.
For homebuyers looking for Intown Atlanta real estate where priority is placed on being actively involved in their community, Lake Claire might be the perfect place. Home styles can be found from the Revival, Victorian, and Modern periods. They include recently-renovated Craftsman bungalows, 1950s cottages, and Contemporary Folk styles of architecture with a few new constructions scattered throughout.
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