Located just five minutes east of Downtown Atlanta and south of Ponce de Leon avenue, lies Candler Park. The neighborhood is centered on 55 acres of land donated by Coca-Cola magnate, Asa Candler, in 1922.
Home to Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and the original Flying Biscuit restaurant, Candler Park residents and visitors enjoy easy access to the neighborhood via the Edgewood/Candler MARTA station and Atlanta PATH trail system. The Historic Candler Park business district is a popular destination just steps away.
Homes in the area are primarily craftsman bungalows and Tudor style homes. Children in the area attend Mary Lin Elementary, Inman Middle School, and Henry W. Grady High School. Residents enjoy nearby Candler Park, which offers a community pool, tennis courts, and a nine-hole public golf course. Freedom Park, a 210-acre linear park, connects six miles of Atlanta PATH trails.
Throughout the year, the Candler Park neighborhood hosts a wide range of events including Candler Park Movie Nights, Candler Park Food and Music Festival 5K, and their largest Candler Park’s Fall Fest. Known as a neighborhood for the young and the young at heart, Candler Park’s location and amenities make it a desirable location to call home.