Emailer: "I want to know why I see little to no stories on ... (Clarkston, Avondale Estates, Stone Mountain, Pine Lake, etc.). These locations are SO CLOSE to The Perimeter and not only do I see no stories, I see little to no development happening on this side of town." Hmm.
Highlights: Built-in koi pond beside the front door; living room and dining rooms with "soaring ceilings;" a very slick fireplace; walls of glass overlooking the backyard; as well as newly renovated kitchen area; and three large bedrooms.
When it comes to July 4th blowouts, metro Atlanta offers a multitude of options for the most patriotic — and pyromaniacal — among us. Here are 10 great fireworks options around Atlanta (and a couple worth driving to OTP) to do 4th of July right.
The structure, which was built in 1820, was once a Confederate hospital, and as such, it was spared Sherman's fiery ravages. While recently renovating it, the Stowell Family have heard their fair share of bumps in the night ... and then some.