Nestled in the heart of Atlanta, the historic neighborhood of Candler Park stands as a living testament to the city’s architectural evolution. Known for its diverse array of residential architectural styles, Candler Park, and the surrounding neighborhoods of Lake Claire and Druid Hills, are renowned for their captivating blend of the old and the new, offering a various style of homes that reflect Atlanta’s ever-changing identity. From charming bungalows to stately Victorians seemingly frozen in time, Candler Park is a treasure trove of architectural history, where each street offers a different glimpse of Atlanta’s past.
Celebrated for their timeless beauty and superb attention to detail, Craftsman-style homes hold a special place in Atlanta’s architectural landscape. They are beloved for their enduring charm and meticulous craftsmanship. With their low-pitched roofs, exposed rafters, and overhanging eaves, these houses evoke a sense of nostalgia while providing the modern comforts that today’s homeowners desire.
Located within the charming Candler Park community, this 1998-built Craftsman-style home not only embraces the timeless allure of Craftsman architecture but also seamlessly integrates modern upgrades, making it a true gem within the heart of Atlanta.
With three bedrooms and two and a half baths spread over nearly 2,400 square feet of living space, this home offers both classic charm and contemporary conveniences.
Inside, abundant natural light bathes neutral-toned interiors accentuated by dramatic 10-foot ceilings. The open-concept living area provides an ideal gathering spot anchored by a wood-burning fireplace to enjoy cozy nights.
The beautifully updated kitchen is a chef’s dream, featuring stunning countertops, a breakfast nook, and a full water filtration system for convenience, along with large windows that provide scenic views of the backyard.
Outdoors, residents can lounge under the pergola, gather around the outdoor fireplace, and utilize the spacious cook’s prep station with a built-in grill. Added in 2023, the climate-controlled ancillary building offers potential for a home office or studio with its lofted reading nook upstairs.
Parking is a breeze with abundant space in the driveway, and a rear alley affords an easy exit from a quiet side street. The sought-after location allows walking to the best of Candler Park’s outdoor spaces, restaurants, golf courses, and shopping centers.