- Current Prices:$269,000 to $778,855
- Closed Prices:$105,000 to $740,000
- Median Sale Price:$359,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$270
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $3480,$0 to $290/mo,$0
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1910 to 2020
- Sq. Ft.:724 to 3,384Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 6Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 5Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 3 acres
Where to Live
Edgewood offers a mix of attached and single-family homes. Styles include spacious townhomes, modern builds, neo-craftsman homes, revitalized duplexes, and more. The expansive Edgewood Retail District is located in the northwest corner of the neighborhood, while the rest of the area is largely residential.
Home prices in Edgewood are comparable to its northern neighbor, Candler Park, but both are less expensive than Inman Park, their western counterpart. Edgewood’s trendy abodes and proximity to retail and public transit may require a sizable budget, but this market isn’t nearly as lavish as others further west.
Where to Eat
There’s aren’t many restaurants within Edgewood, but some of the city’s best options are just outside its borders. Northwest of Edgewood is the popular Little Five Points district, which offers unique eateries like Front Page News, Savage Pizza, and Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q. To the south, there are beloved chains like Cook Out as well as a handful of stylish gastropubs like Argosy.
What You'll See
Edgewood is a fairly unassuming neighborhood home to trendy urbanites and families. Residents never have to go far for entertainment and often find that it comes to them, with so many events and festivals hosted in the area. While retail hotbeds line the neighborhood’s perimeter, Edgewood’s laidback residents take solace in their largely residential base.
Friday Night Fun
You’ll find local artists, vendors, street performers, live music, and street cyphers catching your attention around community hotspots. Friends, family, and visitors are seen walking from the Little Five Points area to the Edgewood Shopping District. This long strip of creatively themed stores, thrift shops, bars, and restaurants is a blast on any given night.
The Perfect Sunday
Head up to Little Five Points to pick up local produce and wholesome foods at Sevananda. This store is a hidden gem that passersby often miss, but many locals consider this their go-to spot as it is like a mini farmers market and natural herb health store all in one. Back in Edgewood, you might get your game on at Coan Park, which has tennis and basketball courts, a baseball diamond, a fitness pad, and a playground. Depending on the week, you might also check out one of public events and festivals held in the area.
Residents can easily get downtown and elsewhere via MARTA trains that are accessible from the Edgewood-Candler Park Station on the north end of the neighborhood. Buses are also accessible from several points in the neighborhood. With shopping centers nearby, residents can accomplish a lot on foot or bike, but those on the south or east ends might have a tougher go of it without a car. I-20 forms Edgewood’s southern border, so drivers can get around easily.
Access to MARTA • Public art and murals • Quiet residential neighborhood near retail and entertainment.
Locals Don't Love
Crowds at retail hotspots • Rush hour traffic.
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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