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West End Trivia

Settled in 1835, the original name of the West End was White Hall (after the White Hall Inn); it was renamed in 1867 after London’s theatre district. White Hall Inn, located on the corner of Lee Street and Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, was so named because it was painted white when most buildings of the […]

Looking forward to the new Billboard?

Looking forward to the new Billboard?

I am! Over the past year we have tried to be a light within our Westview community and want to continue spreading positive messages to our neighbors and all those entering into our community on R.D.A from M.L.K.  That’s why we have chosen to make our voices heard with our Billboard campaign. We were tired […]

115 OLDE OVERLOOK Court SW For Sale

115 OLDE OVERLOOK Court SW For Sale

We were swept away for the size of this home on Sunday.  The sub-basement (under the basement) was massive!  If you’re looking for space- this is your home! BEAUTIFUL, TRADITIONAL HOME LOCATED IN THE PRESTIGIOUS GUILFORD FOREST. THIS LARGE 4 LEVEL HOME OFFERS MANICURED GROUNDS, A HUGE MASTER’S RETREAT ON THE MAIN LEVEL, 2 STORY […]

Liberty Park Townhome For Sale

Liberty Park Townhome For Sale

Nice sizable townhome in desirable Liberty Park community. Unit has 3 BR and 3.5 BA with beautiful hard wood floors on the main, granite counter tops in the kitchen and a large private deck. Contact Tia McCoy for showings:  Tia@AreaWestRealty.com List price: $241,500.00

Westview, Atlanta

Westview is a historic intown neighborhood located in southwest Atlanta, Georgia. It is named for the Westview Cemetery that borders the neighborhood to the northwest. The neighborhood is made up of a mixture of architectural styles including Arts & Crafts bungalows, Four-Squares, Tudors, Minimal Traditional houses, and Ranch style houses. Westview’s bordering streets are I-20 […]

Former neighborhoods,districts & settlements of Atlanta

Plunkett Town was a neighborhood in the southern part of the city of Atlanta, Georgia. It was located south of Hapeville, Georgia city limits, adjacent to the Atlanta airport and across the railroad tracks from industrial plants.  Also referred to as “Plunkytown,” it housed low-income black Atlantans and was described as a slum. Its close […]

Favorite Home Item

Favorite Home Item

For the month of August, I must hand the crown to my Ellia diffuser. This little device has brought a lot of calm to stressful days. I especially love mines as it comes with remote, music variations and lighting sequences.   Don’t forget your essential oils.  “Fight It” has been wonderful. With the return of […]

Home Style:American Craftsman

The American Craftsman style, or the American Arts and Crafts movement, is an American domestic architectural, interior design, landscape design, applied arts, and decorative arts style and lifestyle philosophy that began in the last years of the 19th century. As a comprehensive design and art movement it remained popular into the 1930s. However, in decorative […]