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The Cabbagetown Atlanta Hotsheet This hotsheet link will show you the newest listings, updated every 15 minutes from both FMLS and GAMLS. If you want to be one of the the first to see the next Cabbagetown listing, bookmark the hotsheet page and check back morning, noon, afternoon, night, late night....you get the drift!
Cabbagetown Market Report This is a list of the active listings, pending sales and recent sales in Cabbagetown. Has days on market, square footage and more.
Single Family Homes in Cabbagetown sold - last 6 months This is a list with thumbnail photos of what's sold in Cabbagetown Atlanta in the last 6 months. Click the thumbnail to see the full display.
Cabbagetown Condos Lofts or Townhomes Sold - last 6 months This list is the sales in the last 6 months with thumbnail pictures.
Cabbagetown Condos Lofts and Townhomes for sale today Updated every 15 minutes these are results from both the FMLS and GAMLS merged into one search. Lots of duplicates but you won't miss any!
About Cabbagetown This is a vibrant intown neighborhood located just south of Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward, West of Reynoldstown, north of Grant Park and East of the Oakland Cemetery.
The neighborhood was originally built to house the workers who came from the Appalachian mountains in north Georgia, to work in the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill which was built in 1881 shorty after the Civil War. Then it was called The Fulton Mill Village. The neighborhood has a lot of shotgun style houses, narrow streets and small lots. Since then there have been a lot of bungalows and newer homes built as the original homes succumbed to termites and were torn down.
Attractions and Neighborhood Links Cabbagetown has an active community with a lot of interesting things to do. The most famous is the neighborhood event Chomp and Stomp which is on hold due to the pandemic, but it will definitely be back in force when we go back to normal. It has a chili cookoff and normally features a bluegrass festival. In normal times there are neighborhood gatherings at Cabbagetown Park on the first and third Fridays for a picnic and the annual Cabbagetown Reunion has been going on for 40 years the first Sat in June. The neighborhood is adjacent to the Oakland Cemetery and there is a lot of history there and tours available (in normal times). People can make a day of visiting the historic cemetery, and then just walking through the neighborhood, seeing the incredible murals painted on both the walls under the Marta and in the Krog Street underpass.
Next they can stop for lunch at some incredible restaurants like the Carrol Street Cafe, Milltown Arms Tavern or Agave Restaurant. Another great lunch can be had by grabbing a burger at the renowned Little's Food Store