Go through the looking glass and experience all that Cabbagetown’s most famous street has to offer while staying at this cozy upstairs apartment. Built in 1920, this home’s character shines from every corner. The bright and airy bedroom includes separate zones for working, sleeping, dressing, and relaxing in front of the TV. The spacious bathroom, including separate clawfoot tub and shower, is where this home gets its name thanks to the charming vintage tile and mirrors. The newly renovated kitchen and petite grocery across the street make it easy to whip something up.
For a night out on the town, there are multiple restaurants on Carroll St. to enjoy and a tavern to end the evening at as well. Just steps away from the famous Krog Street Tunnel and Atlanta Beltline, this rental is not one to pass up!
- 1x king bed
- Washer/dryer in unit
- Ultra fast WiFi
- Smart TV
- Ring security system
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.
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.
Our ethically sourced organic bedding sets pair nature’s finest fibers with environmentally aware artisans, crafting a beautiful bedroom that reflects and respects the tranquil beauty of the natural world.
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.
Hip Cabbagetown is an artsy neighborhood with cozy eateries serving everything from brunch and burgers to burritos and brews. Colorful cotton mill cottages line the narrow streets, and striking street art covers the famous Krog Street Tunnel, leading you to the Atlanta BeltLine hike and bike trail. Historic Oakland Cemetery features many notable memorials, including the grave of Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell.