Well it's one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready now go, cat, go—step on into this Blue Suede Chou! Recently renovated and featuring a backyard oasis, this historic Cabbagetown (“chou” is French for cabbage) gem is the perfect place to call home on your visit to Atlanta. Boogie your way through the blue front door into the shared living and dining space, where you’ll find a cozy TV lounge area and fully-equipped kitchen with a prep/dining table that seats six. Enjoy a tipple from the turquoise bar cart (with wine fridge) while you check out the home’s history on the reclaimed wood wall in the hallway. Next you’ll see the first bathroom, a built-in desk for all of your WFH needs, and the spacious laundry closet.
Both bedrooms have cozy queen size beds as well as custom closets, skylit bathrooms, and high-end window shutters, so unpacking, getting ready, and sleeping late will all be equally dreamy. The second bedroom boasts an ensuite bath and quick access to the screened porch on the back of the home. Outside you can lounge on the porch, dine al fresco on the deck, or gather on the Adirondack chairs beyond. The deep and lush yard will make you feel miles away from the city even though you’re really in the heart of the action. Cabbagetown’s main drag, Carroll Street, is just two blocks away and has many popular dining and drinking establishments plus a petite grocery store. Now let's go, cats!
Hip Cabbagetown is an artsy neighborhood with cozy eateries serving everything from brunch and burgers to burritos and brews. Colorful cotton mill cottages line the narrow streets, and striking street art covers the famous Krog Street Tunnel, leading you to the Atlanta BeltLine hike and bike trail. Historic Oakland Cemetery features many notable memorials, including the grave of Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell.