A historic log cabin, a 1960s ranch home, and a South Carolina hunting lodge merged to form this unique abode near the Chattahoochee River.
With its five bedrooms and fenced backyard, this renovated 1920s beauty is the perfect family home.
With so much growth in our ever-changing Peach Capital, buyers want to know, “What can I get for my money?” The answer depends on where you’d like to live. Property values have steadily increased over the past 24 months. Here’s what you can get now for $300,000 to $400,000.
With its unconventional angles and assortment of exterior finishes, the towering four-story contemporary home at 2496 Oostanaula Drive in Brookhaven stands out among its neighbors—but it won’t for long.
Built in 1904, the 3,763-square foot house, once owned by famed Georgia Tech football coach Bobby Dodd, not only has an abundance of curb appeal, but also features well-proportioned rooms, architectural details, and lush landscaping. Moreover, it boasts a prime location within steps of Piedmont Park, the Atlanta BeltLine, and the Ansley Golf Club.
It’s Labor Day weekend, and Atlantans are hitting the lake. Looking to get in on the action? Here’s what you need to know to get a lake retreat of your own—or even to live there full time (yes, it's possible).
So, according to the numbers-crunchers at Forbes, metro Atlanta is the sixteenth most miserable city in the country. Civic boosters should probably be thankful that the magazine dropped two of its misfortune indicators—pro sports and political corruption.
About 150 miles from Atlanta, family-owned Russell Lands includes 14 neighborhoods clustered around the southwest corner of Lake Martin—a 41,000-acre reservoir awarded state “Treasured Lake” status because of its exceptional water quality. The community is about 40 miles from both Auburn and Montgomery.
This Buckhead estate boasts lush grounds, a double–infinity edge pool and spa, and 240 feet of lake frontage.