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Buchannan

Grant Park, Atlanta

1 bed

1 bath

2-2 guests

The Buchanan 1 bedroom suite was so named after the original builder of the home, Thomas Buchanan. Built in 1875 the Buchanan Suite is tucked away towards the rear with a secret passageway built into the wall panelling of the main home. Don’t worry, both sides of the passageway are locked :) Enjoy the original clawfoot tub and tiling on the fireplace as well as heart pine floors that harken to the home’s glory days. Full kitchen with cooktop, fridge, dishwasher puts everything needed for a comfortable stay in easy reach.

The Buchanan Suite is walking distance to the best of Grant Park and it’s essentials such as grocery, restaurants, cafe and wine shop.

Amenities

Pet Friendly
Pet Friendly

Minty Living homes are pet friendly upon owner approval because we understand times away from home are best spent with a best friend! We will do our very best to accommodate your furry family.

Organic Coffee
Organic Coffee

Our 100% organic coffee is a vehicle for positive social change and is always Fair Trade. Brew up a pot upon arrival or enjoy a fresh cup of herbal tea instead.

Fully Stocked Kitchen
Fully Stocked Kitchen

We like to cook, and we assume you do as well. Enjoy a fully supplied kitchen in every residence, including high-end cutlery, blender, toaster, pots and pans, and tupperware for all those delicious leftovers.

Chef's Kitchen
Chef's Kitchen

We like to cook, and we assume you do as well. Enjoy a fully supplied chef's kitchen, including high-end cutlery, blender, toaster, pots and pans, tupperware for all those delicious leftovers, and a dishwasher to make clean-up a breeze.

Grant Park, Atlanta

Grant Park is a residential district, known for its Victorian mansions and Craftsman bungalows. Its namesake park is laced with walking trails and home to Zoo Atlanta, with popular panda and tiger exhibits. Nearby Oakland Cemetery has ornate monuments and the graves of notable Atlantans, like “Gone With the Wind” writer Margaret Mitchell. Young locals gather on Memorial Drive for Tex Mex, noodles and pub fare. ― Google