For a model city, let CondoCompany.com introduce you to condo properties in beautiful Decatur. Located just east of downtown Atlanta, and west of Stone Mountain, Decatur is a model of responsible growth and development.
The result is a perfect blend of quaint city and metropolitan offerings. The area showcases a traditional atmosphere with tree-lined streets and large expanses of green space. Beautifully preserved Victorian buildings mingle with the city’s high-rise condominiums, making Decatur’s property highly sought-after. Decatur is home to Emory University and such gorgeous campus grounds as Agnes Scott College and Columbia Theological Seminary. Renowned for its fabulous use of green space, you will enjoy the beautifully landscaped parks and neighborhoods surrounding the universities’ property and throughout Decatur. Downtown Decatur is lined with patio seating and one-of-a-kind eateries, as well as fabulous art galleries and alluring shops.
You’ll enjoy the small town atmosphere and such delights as Oakhurst Community Garden and the South Decatur Trolley P.A.T.H. hiking, biking, skating, and walking trails. Just minutes west of Decatur is Stone Mountain State Park which offers a stunning view of Atlanta and its surrounding area, skycab rides up the mountain, hiking trails, festivals, train rides, fabulous dining, fireworks, concerts, and entertainment. It is an Atlanta treasure right in your own backyard! Decatur is a frequent destination of fine art lovers, with numerous galleries and exhibitions.
Dining is a pleasure in restaurants offering a taste from every corner of the globe including Chinese, Vietnamese, Mexican, French, Italian, and American. Everything you need from business resources, shopping, arts and entertainment, and nightlife is located conveniently in Decatur, just a short walk or drive from your condo. CondoCompany.com would like to learn how best to serve your needs.
Let us introduce you to the established neighborhoods of Decatur and the quaint city where your condo will set you in the middle of a “small town in the big city.”