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Fly in a hot air balloon at the Helen Atlantic Hot Air Balloon Race, float down the Chattahoochee at Duluth's Whatever Floats Your Boat, or stay on land to celebrate all things Southern dining at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival.
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.
Shop the art at the annual Dogwood Festival, sing along to Jimmy Buffett at Verizon Amphitheater, and enjoy the best of cinema at Atlanta Film Festival.
Partake in a pillow fight in Grant Park, run a 5k followed by DJ-led yoga at Piedmont Park, and bike or walk during the year's first Atlanta Streets Alive.
The 5,100-square-foot house, built in 2010, is located near Piedmont Park, Ponce City Market, and the Atlanta Beltline. The home is also steps away from the area’s many restaurants, shops, and galleries, and boasts a sweeping skyline view.
Get some great inspiration for your next makeover project or pick up new artwork for your home with events like the Cobb Gardeners Tour, Inman Park Festival, Atlanta Home Show, and more.
Get your wine on at Park Tavern, try Hattie B's hot chicken at Fox Bros., and dance to the rhythm of flamenco at Kavarna.
The modernist swings and slides at Noguchi Playground in Piedmont Park are a delight to both kids and art lovers. Or drive a few miles north to Sandy Springs, where the Playable Art Park at Abernathy Greenway contains six colorful sculptures that also function as interactive playsets.
Piedmont Park is the closest thing Atlanta has to New York’s famed Central Park, and on a beautiful day you’ll find cartwheeling kids, hand-holding couples, picnicking families, and all manner of joggers, skateboarders, soccer players, and Frisbee throwers. Nestled within the park is the 30-acre Atlanta Botanical Gardens.