Keeping its small town southern charm, Avondale Estates is known for its close-knit community, beautiful setting and diverse architectural styles. The neighborhoods are extremely attractive with much of the development dating from the 1920s. It boasts a number of architectural styles and beautifully designed neighborhoods. Newer commercial developments begin to reflect the city’s urban edge. Avondale Estates is home to the first Waffle House, which opened its doors Labor Day weekend of 1955 and is now a museum.
Join neighbors, visiting shoppers and vendors to browse a colorful array of locally sourced food and goods at the Avondale Estates Farmers Market on Sundays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Visit from April 3 – October 30, 2016. The market goes on rain or shine at 64 North Avondale Road, in the parking lot across from Skip’s Hot Dogs.
Avondale Estates is exceptionally well located with a major MARTA train station and quick access to the interstate system at nearby I-285, and just a quick drive to Decatur Square and the beautiful Willis Park. With many great developments, Avondale Estates is poised to put itself on the map as another great intown neighborhood for business.
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