About Cabbagetown AtlantaÂ
One of Atlanta's most unique neighborhoods, Cabbagetown, is nestled between Grant Park and Inman Park. Â Because of it's historic charm and eclectic personality, many Atlanta home buyers flock to this Intown Atlanta neighborhood. Â
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The Fulton Cotton Mill (now converted to lofts called The Stacks) is in the heart of Cabbagetown and in the early 1900s it isÂ said that the owner built all of the homes for the employees at the Mill. Â Usually the entire family worked at the mill, while cabbage cooked continuously at home so dinner would be ready with the family of workers returned home after a long day. It is said that the aroma of the boiling cabbage is how Cabbagetown got its name.
Cabbagetown Atlanta Homes
Cabbagetown is filled with row houses, Victorian Farmhouse style homes, and early bungalows. Â Most were built in the early 1900s, so even though many of the homes are quite small (under 1,500 sq ft), they usually have 10 or 13 foot high ceilings, which make the rooms feel much larger... and that historic charm that Atlanta intown home buyers love. Â
In the photo below (from left to right), you will see several Cabbagetown Atlanta home styles. Â There are row homes along Carroll Street, detached shotgun Victorian era homes and also bungalows that were built in 1910 to 1925.
So how much do you have to spend to purchase real estate in Cabbagetown? Â Single family homes range in price from about $100K to $375K, with the average sales price in the mid $200s. Â The lofts (at The Stacks) range in price from $99K to over $300K.
Who Lives in Cabbagetown?
Cabbagetown residents are definitely a diverse bunch. Â Many new Atlanta residents and young professionals live in the Cotton Mill lofts and in the single family homes you will find artists, singles, couples, and young professionals and and several people who have lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 or 40 years. Â They all have one thing in comonn -- the love the flavor and electric nature of this neighborhood. Â
To get a feel for the neighborhood, stop by the Cabbagetown park on a sunny afternoon, have brunch at the Carroll Street Cafe or enjoy a delicious dinner on the patio at Agave. Â It's a great place for people watching and also meeting the outgoing residents.
Cabbagetown Festivals & Events
It's biggest claim to fame is the Chomp and Stomp, an annual Chili Cook-off that winds through the streets of Cabbagetown. Â Thousands of Atlantans come to this event every year and there are usually at least 75 booths with different types of chili. Â
As you will see in the photo to the right, it is our annual tradition to cook chili for one of our favorite Atlanta festivals!
TIP: Â If you do come to the Chomp & Stomp event, get there early! Â The chili is usually gone in the first 2 or 3 hours.
Nearby Atlanta Neighborhoods
Bordering Cabbagetown, you will find several popular historic neighborhoods, including Grant Park,Â Inman Park, Reynoldstown andÂ Ormewood Park.
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