Pooja and Nathan Berrong
"Natalie and her team have been absolutely amazing to work with! She helped us get our house sold in 48 hours with minimal changes on our end. Her team has been so helpful in keeping us on track with important dates, signing documents, and getting all necessary inspection items completed. They've gone so far to even schedule and coordinate the vendors and appointments for us.
“Natalie also has a beautiful eye for colors, details, and design. I couldn't ask for a bett...
Jason Tillery of Domain Custom Homes (left) and Natalie Gregory of Natalie Gregory SOLD (right) at 211 Chelsea Drive
The residence at 211 Chelsea Drive is a new construction, Tudor-style home in Chelsea Heights, one of Decatur’s most desirable neighborhoods. With 3,450 square feet of living space, this expansive home has 5 bedrooms,4 bathrooms, a laundry room, and a basement.
Custom millwork and high-end finishes make this home a stylish but functional one. The double front entry doors a...
Looking for things to do in the fall? Atlanta has amazing parks and festivals that can make for a memorable autumn.
Centennial Olympic Park
Fall color peaks in late October to early November, making it a good time to visit Centennial Olympic Park. Admire the trees in all their autumnal glory, their leaves the color of burgundy, sienna, russet, and goldenrod. Go for a leisurely stroll, take photos, and check out the Fountain of Rings, the park’s centerpiece.
Made up of jets and refle...
Discover Decatur’s culinary landscape. Here you’ll find top-notch restaurants that serve Italian, Spanish,Mediterranean, French, and American fare, just to name a few.
308 W Ponce de Leon Avenue
Come to Café Lily for Mediterranean and American dishes served in an elegant setting. The attentive reception staff will make your dining experience a memorable one. The menu consists of goat cheese stuffed ravioli, char-grilled lamb tenderloin, pan-seared filet mignon, an...
You’ll never run out of things to do in this city. Here are some of your options:
Go to a splash pad
Beat the heat at any of the city’s splash pads. There are several in Atlanta – Center Hill is known for its “liquid tunnel,” formed by jets that spout mist and water. Historic Fourth Ward Park has overhead water sprays, while Lillian Web Park’s splash pad features an artificial waterfall.
Grab a treat
Have some sweets at Atlanta’s best ice cream shops and confectioner...