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Cabbagetown Or Inman Park
What do you love most about living inside the Perimeter of Atlanta? Is it the eclectic and artsy things located in an area like Cabbagetown or is it dining at one of the unlimited possibility of eateries and upscale living in an area like Inman Park? Intown living offers some amazing perks especially along the Beltline such as walking trails, perfectly landscaped parks, dining, art shows, festivals, concerts and more. But let's take a closer look at the 2 neighborhoods within a stone's throw of one another. Connected by the Krog Street Tunnel, both areas offer uniqueness with a splash of resemblance. For starters, Cabbagetown is comprised mostly of cute bungalows , 20th century shot gun style homes and old factories restored in to beautifully constructed lofts. City dwellers classify it as a little community surrounded by a very urban Atlanta. Inman Park offers beautiful century old renovated mansions as well as craftsman style and contemporary-modern homes. I think both neighborhoods attract some of the same types of buyers but most people will have a preference between the two. Cabbagetown, being zoned as an artistic district could be the perfect place for the artist looking for a 1 room open concept space and Inman Park, having a lot of variety could easily cater to the home needs of a family or the single professional. Festivals are also a big part of both neighborhoods like the Chomp Chomp Festival hosted by Cabbagetown in November and the Inman Park Festival which takes place late April. So there is definitely no shortage of fun things happening on both sides of Decatur St./Dekalb Ave. Each neighborhood also play a major part in Atlanta history dating back to the late 1800's. Interest in both neighborhoods have grown tremendously over the last 2 decades and with inventory low you can be sure it is a sellers market for either, Whether you are in the market for a 2 bed 1 bath shot gun style or a newly built modern dwelling, I'm certain you can find your dream home in one or the other. For more questions or general details about Cabbagetown or Inman Park, contact eXp Realty's Beltline Specialist, Pauline Bowman at 678-682-1221 or pauline.bowman2exprealty.com She will be sure to assist you and help point you in the right direction.
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