Just five minutes east of Downtown Atlanta, and bordering Little Five Points, Inman Park, Druid Hills, Edgewood and Lake Claire is the hip and friendly neighborhood of Candler Park. From its own business district and close proximity to the great shops, bars and restaurants of Little Five Points and the new Edgewood Retail district, Candler Park is a highly-walkable area focused on community and easy living. With its own MARTA train station, making it easy to access Hartsfield International Airport, downtown, Decatur, Midtown, Buckhead, and most Metro Atlanta suburbs, Candler Park is a highly desirable Intown Atlanta neighborhood.
Another main draw for living in Candler Park is its 55-acre park named for Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler who donated the land in 1922. The park features an impressive playground, swimming pool, tennis courts, and athletic fields and courts as well as a nine-hole golf course. Each year Candler Park is also the location for a variety of festivals including the popular Fall Fest–attended by more than 10,000 people because of its impressive music, art, children’s activities, tour of homes and more–and the Candler Park Music & Food Festival, which features a full day of music and one of Atlanta’s largest gathering of local food trucks.
The homes in Candler Park feature two basic architectural styles, 1920s Craftsman bungalows and late- Victorian. Most have already been renovated by existing residents or new families moving into the area. With Candler Park being one of the hottest Intown Atlanta real estate markets to buy a home, prices continue to rise steadily.
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