Neighborhood Guide: Candler Park

Neighborhood Guide: Candler Park

At Intown Area Homes, we believe home is more than the roof over your head – it’s your community.

Our neighborhood guides help prospective renters and homeowners determine where they want to settle into a community, as well as provide current residents with resources to have the most fulfilling experiences in their neighborhoods.

Like many neighborhoods in intown Atlanta, Candler Park has a full and interesting past. With its proximity to Ponce de Leon Ave., a main artery of the city, and one of the city’s largest parks, this neighborhood is a thriving staple amongst intown neighborhoods.

Neighborhood Association: http://candlerpark.org/

Close to: Little 5 Points, Inman Park, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Reynoldstown, Druid Hills

Restaurants:

 

Coffee Shops:

 

Groceries:

  • Candler Park Market – An Atlanta staple, this mom-and-pop-shop has all the food basics, a great wine selection, and a sandwich bar in the back. 
  • The Mercantile – Small gourmet grocer and wine shop carrying local dairy, produce, baked goods and prepared/deli foods

 

 

Green Spaces:

  • Candler Park: With athletic fields, a swimming pool, playground and golf course, this park is the place to be year-round. The park is home to some of the city’s most popular festivals (see below) as well as summer movie nights and an Easter egg hunt in the spring.

 

Festivals:

 

 

Schools: Mary Lin Elementary, Inman Middle, Grady High

 

NPU (Neighborhood Planning Unit): N

 

Libraries: There are no public libraries in Candler Park. The closest are APL in Poncey Highlands and and APL in Kirkwood.

 

Public Transportation: MARTA Green and Blue Line (Edgewood/Candler Park Stop)

 

Ready to make the move? View our Candler Park home listings here.

 

Photos by Atlanta photographer Paula Harding.

 

 

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