This adorable, stylish home on Pickett Street is a newer addition to Cabbagetown, joining the neighborhood in the 80s. It was purchased a few years ago and completely re-designed by Tasha Clarkson of Livingston Design Studio. The home received major upgrades such as Farrow & Ball paint throughout, custom tile work and hand-painted murals! Some of the best features of the home are the soaking tub in the master downstairs, the decorative fireplace and the front and back porches.
This Berean Avenue house was built in 1910 and remodeled in 1990. The story that the owners, Dan and Alicia, heard when they bought the home was that there was a gentleman who planned the current design. Unfortunately, he lost his partner before they could even start the renovation. He no longer wanted to live in the home, so he sold. He sold the home to an architect who took the original plans, completed the design and in the process ended up marrying the contractor. Dan And Alicia bought the home from that couple who moved to Decatur. The woman cried at the closing.
The Zell house on Savannah Street was built in 1892. It is one of the few houses in the neighborhood with a side porch. It’s filled with local art, vintage furniture, and a lot of original features.
Have you always wondered what this mid-century building on Carroll Street, steps from the Cabbagetown business district, looks like on the inside? This two-story loft will show you! Enter through the peaceful atrium of the former Boys & Girls Club and see what living in this cool space is like!
Stacks owners Mikal and Dionne Gule fell in love with Cabbagetown shorty after relocating to Atlanta in 2015. Seeing the raw beauty and potential the cotton mill offered, they purchased a small 1 bed/1 bath loft with the goal of transforming it into a 2 bed/2 bath unit that reflected their personal aesthetic yet kept the industrial feel of the mill. One of the many unique features of their home is a full size bed that can be suspended from the 15' ceiling of their spare room when not in use. Mikal and Dionne love hosting game nights and were keen on creating an environment that was welcoming and inclusive. Their home will make you feel like you've indulged in and evening with old friends at your favorite lounge/speakeasy.
The DeChant home on Estoria is one hundred and four years old. For the last twenty two years, it has been where this family has landscaped and sculpted that “lot on the dogleg with the bamboo and stuff.” From the shark in the yard to the black and white tile bathroom, you will leave this place having never before or never again seen anything like it.
This Gaskill St house was built in 1920 as a duplex after the mill began providing housing for its workers. It had been neglected for many years and was in pretty rough shape. Suzanne Harriman/DesignCraft Renovations purchased the house in March 2019 and embarked on a gut/ remodel with the intent of salvaging some of the original materials to reuse in creative ways. The vision was to create a charming Cabbagetown home that is eclectic with a modern flair. Many of you stopped by during the month-long yard sale as we cleaned out the house, we invite you to stop by to see the transformation.
Originally built c. 1905, this Tye Street house retains many of its original features. The house's unusual L-shaped lot originally included another house. That house burned down about 100 years ago, and a large water oak now occupies its former spot.
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