1215 Euclid Avenue Atlanta, GA 30307
- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
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Little Five Points, Georgia
Little Five Points is known as the bohemian center of the southern United States, and its reputation as a neighborhood with a distinct alternative culture is what sets it apart. Established at the commercial locus for Atlanta's Candler Park and Inman Park neighborhoods in the early years of the 20th century, it is now known as Little Five or L5P.
Little Five has a lot to offer, from a revitalized old-brick historic enclave of small shops and coffee shops to the big-box stores and modern retail at its opposite end. You can take MARTA or drive to Little Five, but once you’re there you’ll find that residents enjoy a highly walkable neighborhood. MARTA’s Inman Park station is located a mile from neighborhood’s center.
Little Five Points is a happening place. There's a Halloween festival and parade, with live music and nonstop food and drink on Halloween Saturday. Because of its vintage clothing stores and other unique shops, Little Five Points lives up to its reputation as Atlanta's "Costume Central." There are coffee shops and unique restaurants as well as a health and wellness centers, a radio station, a pair of independent bookstores, and three theaters. Visitors come for the music, the indie shops and the bars, and locals just love the vibe, the character, the fun and the location of Little Five, surrounded as it is by other prime Atlanta neighborhoods.
The neighborhood’s name refer to the Five Points intersection of downtown Atlanta. Little Five Points also marks the intersections in the center of the neighborhood, although there is really no longer a five-point intersection because one of the streets has been converted to a plaza. Another thoroughfare, Moreland Avenue, runs on a north-south axis and is the dividing line between Fulton and DeKalb counties.
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