- Current Prices:$275,000 to $785,000
- Closed Prices:$205,000 to $785,000
- Median Sale Price:$385,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$323
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $5764,$0 to $480/mo,$0
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1890 to 2019
- Sq. Ft.:650 to 2,994Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:1 to 4Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 5Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 5+ acres
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
The Cabbagetown historic district, commonly referred to as Cabbagetown District, was home to one of the first textile mills in the region. While the much of the district has been renovated, many of the original cottages have been preserved and updated, and the mill itself has been turned into residential lofts. Cabbagetown Park is located on the central-east side of the neighborhood, and the western portion of the neighborhood is bordered by Oakland Cemetery. Cabbagetown is relatively small and walkable, giving residents easy access to amenities around the community.
Many of the properties in Cabbagetown have been renovated and updated, but the area has remained an affordable place to live compared to many other neighborhoods surrounding the downtown Atlanta area. Cabbagetown’s historic district is full of brightly colored cottages and renovated lofts, and the neighborhood offers shopping, dining, entertainment, and local events that the residents here value.
Where to Eat
Cabbagetown has a handful of local taverns, cafes, and restaurants to choose from. Locals love 97 Estoria, which has long been the go-to bar in Cabbagetown; Carroll Street Cafe, a bohemian bistro with outdoor seating; and Agave, a spot for southwest-inspired food and drinks. The neighborhood has quite a few restaurants and cafes within its boundaries and right nearby, so residents here have plenty of choices.
What You'll See
With a rich history and a reputation as Atlanta’s arts district, Cabbagetown doesn’t lack character or culture. A committee manages the popular outdoor murals and street art that decorate this neighborhood, and colorful cottages occupy the historic district. Community members are actively involved in events throughout the year, giving this vibrant neighborhood a unified feel.
Friday Night Fun
Locals enjoy live music and drinks in the outdoor patio area of 97 Estoria, and you’ll often see customers bring along their dogs. Cabbagetown residents put on a handful of events throughout the year, including the annual Chomp and Stomp chili cookoff and bluegrass festival, and Forward Warrior, a public block party showcasing work from local artists.
The Perfect Sunday
Cabbagetown residents take advantage of the local art, the community farmers market, a community garden, and Cabbagetown Park. The centrally located park provides communal green space for relaxing, areas for dog walking, a playground, and is home to a handful of events throughout the year. The Eastside Beltline, part of the Atlanta Beltline trail system, is nearby in Old Fourth Ward, providing an urban trail for walking, biking, and sightseeing in surrounding communities.
Cabbagetown is a very walkable neighborhood, and many residents take advantage of the small community on foot or bike. There are a handful of bus stops along Memorial Drive and Decatur Street, which connect with the nearest MARTA stop at King Memorial Transit Station. The station provides access to the blue and green MARTA lines and connects the neighborhood with downtown Atlanta and nearby areas. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is about 10 miles south.
Vibrant artistic atmosphere • Walkability • Close-knit community.
Locals Don't Love
Congestion along intersecting streets • No MARTA station in neighborhood.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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