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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Those lovely low-pitched Atlanta homes with overhangs and exposed porches are often loosely described by Realtors as Bungalows, meaning any small to medium-sized home built between 1900 and 1940 with an open floor plan, and a single story or story … Continue reading →
One of the most desirable neighborhoods in the City of Decatur is located just off Clairemont Avenue. Some of the most beautiful Decatur Homes are found in Great Lakes, which was named for long-vanished Lake Seneca, now a mostly dry … Continue reading →
Lions Gate, an Atlanta Townhome and Condominium complex, is located in Fulton County off Ponce de Leon Avenue on the edge of Druid Hills. Lions Gateis convenient to downtown Atlanta, the Carter Center and Emory University. Shopping is close by … Continue reading →
History of Kirkwood Kirkwood is located just East of downtown Atlanta and was once served by streetcars that provided express service to Atlanta three times a day. Designed by architect, Will Saunders, Kirkwood was described as an upscale suburb of … Continue reading →
History of Clairmont Heights The Clairmont Heights Civic Association has compiled an interesting history of the Decatur real estate in this area, indicating that the land around Clairmont Heights was developed some time after a lottery of Creek Indian lands … Continue reading →