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Kirkwood, East Lake, Edgewood, Lake Claire


Kirkwood: Once a streetcar suburb, Kirkwood is a national historic neighborhood located about a 10 minute drive from the Downtown Atlanta. Kirkwood is the reigning Atlanta "Neighborhood of the Year" Curbed contest winner. http://atlanta.curbed.com/tags/curbed-cup-2013. Now a revitalized in town neighborhood, Downtown Kirkwood is home to many thriving businesses and great restaurants – all within walking distance from neighborhood homes. Kirkwood is family-, pet- and pedestrian-friendly, with wide sidewalks, bike lanes and separate, designated street parking. The architectural style of the homes in Kirkwood range from arts & crafts and Victorian folk styles (several of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places), to modern, and craftsman bungalows - which have become one of the most recognizable features of the original Atlanta intown communities. Kirkwood boasts a large, active and growing neighborhood organization. This, combined with easy access to the interstate, makes Kirkwood the perfect choice for residents seeking both an urban experience and small town intimacy. East Lake: East Lake is the eastern-most neighborhood of the 238 neighborhoods defined in the City of Atlanta. East Lake is home to the famous East Lake Golf Club, host of the annual Tour Championship and, like Kirkwood, is designated a Second Tier Attendance Zone for the award winning Charles R. Drew Charter School, ranking 10 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org. East Lake's proximity to Memorial Drive makes it an easy neighborhood to call home for daily commuters. East Lake also has a MARTA station for both trains and buses, and has a large Park and Ride lot. Edgewood: Edgewood borders Kirkwood to the west, and is just a bit closer to Downtown Atlanta. Easy access to Interstate 20, Memorial Drive, DeKalb Avenue and Moreland Avenue make it a perfect location to access many other parts of intown Atlanta and beyond. The Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA station is a stop for buses and trains, and has a Park and Ride lot. The Edgewood Retail District is a 44-acre mixed-use village located off Moreland Avenue right next to the famous Little Five Points neighborhood. Retailers there include Target, Kroger, Barnes & Noble, PetCo, Lowe's, BestBuy and more. Lake Claire: Situated on the opposite side of Kirkwood, across DeKalb Avenue, Lake Claire is a quiet residential nook in the City of Atlanta's coveted Mary Lin Elementary school district. Lake Claire is small, and is nestled between East Lake to the east, Druid Hills to the north and Candler Park to the west. There is no lake in Lake Claire. Rather, the name comes from the combination of two of its primary streets: Lakeshore Drive and Claire Drive. Lake Claire does have its own beautiful park and water feature, Lullwater Creek, connecting it to Emory University's Candler Lake. Contact us today to make one of these great neighborhoods, or any of the other surrounding intown Atlanta neighborhoods (e.g., East Atlanta, Candler Park, Inman Park, Reynoldstown, Cabbage Town, Little Five Points, Old Fourth Ward, etc.), your home.
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Kirkwood: Once a streetcar suburb, Kirkwood is a national historic neighborhood located about a 10 minute drive from the Downtown Atlanta. Kirkwood is the reigning Atlanta "Neighborhood of the Year" Curbed contest winner. http://atlanta.curbed.com/tags/curbed-cup-2013. Now a revitalized in town neighborhood, Downtown Kirkwood is home to many thriving businesses and great restaurants – all within walking distance from neighborhood homes. Kirkwood is family-, pet- and pedestrian-friendly, with wide sidewalks, bike lanes and separate, designated street parking. The architectural style of the homes in Kirkwood range from arts & crafts and Victorian folk styles (several of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places), to modern, and craftsman bungalows - which have become one of the most recognizable features of the original Atlanta intown communities. Kirkwood boasts a large, active and growing neighborhood organization. This, combined with easy access to the interstate, makes Kirkwood the perfect choice for residents seeking both an urban experience and small town intimacy. East Lake: East Lake is the eastern-most neighborhood of the 238 neighborhoods defined in the City of Atlanta. East Lake is home to the famous East Lake Golf Club, host of the annual Tour Championship and, like Kirkwood, is designated a Second Tier Attendance Zone for the award winning Charles R. Drew Charter School, ranking 10 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org. East Lake's proximity to Memorial Drive makes it an easy neighborhood to call home for daily commuters. East Lake also has a MARTA station for both trains and buses, and has a large Park and Ride lot. Edgewood: Edgewood borders Kirkwood to the west, and is just a bit closer to Downtown Atlanta. Easy access to Interstate 20, Memorial Drive, DeKalb Avenue and Moreland Avenue make it a perfect location to access many other parts of intown Atlanta and beyond. The Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA station is a stop for buses and trains, and has a Park and Ride lot. The Edgewood Retail District is a 44-acre mixed-use village located off Moreland Avenue right next to the famous Little Five Points neighborhood. Retailers there include Target, Kroger, Barnes & Noble, PetCo, Lowe's, BestBuy and more. Lake Claire: Situated on the opposite side of Kirkwood, across DeKalb Avenue, Lake Claire is a quiet residential nook in the City of Atlanta's coveted Mary Lin Elementary school district. Lake Claire is small, and is nestled between East Lake to the east, Druid Hills to the north and Candler Park to the west. There is no lake in Lake Claire. Rather, the name comes from the combination of two of its primary streets: Lakeshore Drive and Claire Drive. Lake Claire does have its own beautiful park and water feature, Lullwater Creek, connecting it to Emory University's Candler Lake. Contact us today to make one of these great neighborhoods, or any of the other surrounding intown Atlanta neighborhoods (e.g., East Atlanta, Candler Park, Inman Park, Reynoldstown, Cabbage Town, Little Five Points, Old Fourth Ward, etc.), your home.
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