For a new neighbor! 4bed 2.5 baths, fully renovated at $249k Historic West End
Inventory is at an all time low in Historic West End. Buyers have come from East Atlanta, Grant Park, Virginia Highlands- all to catch the unbeatable prices the Southwest side offers.
This renovated 3bed/2bath Craftsman Bungalow will go just as quickly.
874 Beecher Street is in a prime location- 1 block from Marta and 2 blocks from the Beltline path. This home features 12ft ceilings, hardwoods, master suite with 2 closets, granite counters, wide hall,original Tin roof! 800sq ft of buildable attic space(with 10ft ceilings), an entertainers deck and a porch party ready Porch!
Bring your best offer and come ready to be welcomed by the community.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine presents a Sunday evening of performances in southwest Atlanta. They will take place on the grassy lawn of Gordon White Park at the intersection of Ralph David Abernathy and White Street (please see map to the right).
- 6:30 pm: Kebbi Williams and Strings: Music in the Park
Kebbi Williams and award winning composer Miguel Atwoods coordinate a music/theatre concert performance with original music including a string quartet of students in the Atlanta Public Schools youth orchestra accompanied by a full band. The performance includes five original threatre pieces composed and directed by local and international theatre makers.
- 7:45 pm: Santiago Páramo and Amy Pursifull: S.O.N.I.C.
- Imaginary Menagerie
Imaginary Menagerie Productions will join throughout the evening with giant puppets.
Get detailed information about how to access the Atlanta BeltLine from Gordon White Park. Feel free to bring chairs, a blanket, a picnic basket, dogs, etc. for a fun and interactive evening!
Please visit art.beltline.org for more information on Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.
|Date:||Sep 30, 2012|
|Time:||6:30 pm-9:00 pm|
|Location:||Gordon White Park
Atlanta, GA 30310
|Category:||Art on the Atlanta BeltLine|
The West End farmers market kicked off Sunday at the Wrens Nest. It was another great opportunity to meet and chat with neighbors while purchasing fresh products and supporting local businesses providing locally grown food and handmade original items.
The Wrens Nest is a perfect location for the market, providing shade, ample parking and even background effects of a goat eating and clearing poison ivy- I felt at peace,and in no rush to get home and study ( which was on my to-do list all week!). I sampled spicy Kale, Arugula, Mint…why does the mint at my house not grow? Of course the vendor provided tips for my own home garden.
There were a few families I helped purchase in our community laughing and joking…. What a rewarding feeling seeing them bond and discuss how good the Historic home tour and concert was the night before! Amazing how selling Real Estate is more than..selling Real Estate.
I’m very proud of the activities, events and community socials taking place in the West End of Atlanta.
30310 is offering much more than affordable housing…Make an effort to attend an event and see for yourself!