Prospective residents searching for real estate in Georgia’s capital city will find a unique culmination in Cabbagetown. Right next to the thriving neighborhood of Old Fourth Ward, Cabbagetown is the quirky neighborhood that draws in young professionals, artists and creative minds alike. What was once a mill village in the late 1800s is now a flourishing community with restaurants, boutique shops and plenty of properties to explore in between.
Most of the local hangouts in Cabbagetown are centered around the main hub of Carroll Street. Rarely is there a dull moment on this popular perimeter of town. In addition, there are other spots in Cabbagetown worth checking out, including plenty of green space, charming historical buildings and retro shops. The community of Cabbagetown is perhaps the highlight of the entire neighborhood, with a blend of families, singles, students and more coming together in unity and self-expression.
There are a unique combination of real estate properties throughout Cabbagetown that include rental apartments and houses alike. Potential residents will find an eclectic mix of single-family bungalows painted brightly and industrial-style lofts in former factory buildings. The prices for purchasing Cabbagetown homes range from as low as $279,000 for a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment to $579,000 for a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom renovated house on one of the most desirable streets in the area. The median home value in Cabbagetown is $415,000.
Rental properties in Cabbagetown have quite the price gap, too. The opportunity to find a cheap studio apartment in this neighborhood will be extremely difficult. Since Cabbagetown has evolved over time, the rental prices have as well. However, what makes this area worth checking out for prospective renters is that it is one of the few Atlanta neighborhoods to offer houses for rent. While many other neighborhoods tend to solely have small units within a building to rent, Cabbagetown has those plus cottages, bungalows and houses, too. Yet, if considering Cabbagetown, bring a hefty checkbook because the median monthly rental price is $2,625.
Potential Cabbagetown residents will find a plethora of delicious dining spots scattered throughout the town. The restaurants in this neighborhood go beyond just one culinary experience, but feature an assortment of cuisine, such as:
- Agave Restaurant – A blend of rustic, Southwestern fare in an elevated, gourmet atmosphere.
- Carroll Street Cafe – A relaxed bistro setting featuring eclectic tapas and cocktails.
- Petit Chou – A French-style favorite with delicious breakfast and lunch options.
- Home grown – An Atlanta staple, showcasing delicious breakfast options in a laid-back setting.
- Milltown Arms Tavern – Simple pub fare where locals congregate to watch their favorite teams over a cold draft beer.
- Little’s Food Store – A retro grocery store opened in 1929, featuring a simple selection of burgers, fries and onion rings.
Art and culture are all along the perimeter of the Cabbagetown community, especially in the famed Krog Street Tunnel. The Krog Street Tunnel connects the neighborhoods of Inman Park and Cabbagetown, but has become a central hub for the city’s street art scene. The tunnel itself is filled with colorful graffiti, unique tags and artistic murals that make for a cultural experience in and of itself. In terms of culture, one of the most popular events hosted in Cabbagetown is the Chomp and Stomp chili festival. Delicious culinary creations are showcased at this unique festival which brings in upwards of 15,000 attendees each year, plus highlights bluegrass music and a 5k road race.
Beyond just an emerging arts and food scene, Cabbagetown is also a great place for families to invest in real estate and a worthwhile future. Cabbagetown Park is a beautiful green space and playground which was once a former school yard. Also the site for Chomp and Stomp, Cabbagetown Park offers free parking along the street and wide variety of natural space for kids to run around a play.
In addition to prime properties to play, Cabbagetown is also ranked as one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Atlanta. Houses here allow residents to be within walking distance of some of the area’s top attractions, restaurants and activities. Ranking at an 81 out of 100 for walkability, Cabbagetown is listed as 11th in the city of Atlanta. What might be more impressive for this neighborhood is the fact that the bike score is even higher than the walk score. Biking in Cabbagetown ranks 87 out of 100, with few hills, abundant bike lanes and a bevy of two-wheeled commuters.
With the ability to walk and bike around the neighborhood of Cabbagetown, it is only right to question the crime rate of the area. While many properties along Downtown Atlanta perimeter have very high crime rates, Cabbagetown ranks impressively low. Property crime rates are near the city’s average, while personal crime rates are much lower than average.
Residents of Cabbagetown are also near other popular Beltline neighborhoods of Atlanta and can get there via public transportation. Take the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, or MARTA, to the following next door neighborhoods:
- Sweet Auburn
- Grant Park
- Inman Park
- Old Fourth Ward
- Georgia State University
- Ormewood Park
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