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  • Candler Park
    Candler Park
    Atlanta, GA 30307
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    Mary Lin
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    Five minutes east of downtown, adjacent to funky Little Five Points, 60 acre park with golf, playground, tennis, soccer, and pool.
    Candler Park in Atlanta offers a relaxed, friendly atmosphere that attracts people with diverse backgrounds and attitudes. A variety of housing options are available in Candler Park from historic mansions to new bungalows. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Candler Park. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Candler Park. We also assist sellers by implementing a unique marketing campaign to help sell homes fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown properties such as Candler Park in Atlanta.
    Candler Park began life as the independent city of Edgewood. In 1909 Edgewood was annexed to Atlanta and a housing boom began. In 1922 Coca-Cola founder Asa Candler donated 60 acres of park to the city, which remains the neighborhoods centerpiece. A depression era decline turned many of the historic homes into rental properties but a resurgence began in the 1960s and continues today. The area was added to the Registry of Historic Places in 1983.

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