My new townhome listing at Carlyle Park in Edgewood feels more like a house than it does an attached townhouse. Tons and tons of living space, lots of natural light and luxe-finishes throughout- it checks all the boxes that you know of, and several that you haven’t even considered.
A few questions and answers to help you get a better idea of what makes this place so sweet…
Q. Favorite places to eat within five minutes of your place?
A. We love to pick up coffee and biscuits from Flying Biscuit Cafe and then walk around Candler Park or stop to people watch. And don’t forget Fox Bros BBQ — this is the heart of the south — killer BBQ and save room for the banana pudding.
Q. The one thing that I’ll miss most about my townhouse at Carlyle Park is…
A. We love the neighborhood feel. Though we live in the middle of a big city, the layout of the complex, the friendly neighbors and the lush landscaping makes it feel like a little escape. BUT I have to say it’s also extremely convenient to everything — love that the Edgewood retail district is a quick bike ride, walk or car ride away — for groceries, a burger at Five Guys or pick up something at Target.
Q. Residents of Carlyle Park enjoy one of the greatest neighborhood amenities in the history of Atlanta real estate:
A. It always seems to smell like fresh baked pie. What’s the deal? I wish I could bottle the smell of Edward’s Pie Factory, which is located a few blocks away from our town home. Who knew “”homemade”” pie smell could drift so far — it makes me feel like I live in Candy Land. But don’t try to eat the house or lick the wall paper (the snozzberries taste like snozzberries).