Tucked away along quiet, tree-lined Sycamore Street in historic Downtown Decatur, this beautiful, rambling Victorian manor is within easy walking distance of everything Decatur has to offer.
The asking price for this property is $1,189,000.
Built in 1904, 627 Sycamore Street is a timeless vision of elegance and exquisite craftsmanship. The property is brimming over with vintage charm inside and out, with turn-of-the-century detailing gracing its four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathr...
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Nest Cam - Indoor Security Camera
$199 on product website
The Nest Cam is an advanced, easy to use indoor security camera that lets you keep an eye out on your home while you're away.
Standing less than 5 inches tall, it features a wide ...
Selling your luxury property? These handy tips will help get your high-end home sold in no time.
Definitely stage it
Buyers of luxury properties have high expectations. They are also often more financially savvy than the average buyer. One way to make sure that they recognize the value of your home is to help them feel a connection to it.
You can do this through staging. Home staging is about setting the scene at every space in the property – it's about highlighting its best fea...
No matter what stage of life you’re in, Atlanta is an incredible city to call home. If you’re single, looking to buy your first home, or you want to be close to work and everything else, you may want to check out these neighborhoods. They have plenty of shops and restaurants, parks, a vibrant social scene, and an eclectic selection of one to two-bedroom condos, townhouses, bungalows, Victorians, and more.
Less than 10 minutes east of Downtown, Inman Park is a beautiful ...
Intown is a term we Atlantans use to refer to the city’s core, an area composed of centrally located neighborhoods such as Downtown and Midtown.
Depending on whom you ask, Intown can also include areas such as Buckhead, Cabbagetown, Decatur, Edgewood, Grant Park, Virginia-Highland, and West End. Or it can refer to everything inside the I-285 (aka "the Perimeter").
No matter how you define it, Intown Atlanta has plenty in store for you.
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