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Lucky Leopard

Inman Park, Atlanta

2 bed

1 bath

1-3 guests

Let this funky feline apartment be your home away from home! A luxe living area, well-appointed kitchen, and separate dining room welcome you to relax or entertain in style. Down the hall lies the chic bedroom, spacious office with daybed (a WFH dream), and shared bath with a turquoise clawfoot tub that is not to be missed.

Located on a quiet street just a couple of blocks from all of the action that Inman Park and Little Five Points have to offer, this hip spot is truly the best of both worlds. The park next door provides plenty of green space, a view of which can be enjoyed from the second story deck. Lucky Leopard is the purr-fect perch to explore Atlanta from!

  • 1 queen bed, 1 twin daybed
  • Washer/dryer in unit
  • Ultra fast WiFi
  • Smart TV
  • Ring security system

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.

Organic Linens
Organic Linens

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
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.

Inman Park, Atlanta

Inman Park is a lush and historic area known for its architecture and lively dining scene. Hip brunch spots, cafes, and wine bars cluster around the Eastside BeltLine Trail, a converted railway line popular with walkers and cyclists. There's also Krog Street Market, with artisan bakeries and food stalls in a refurbished factory. The area’s history as Atlanta’s first planned suburb is reflected in its impressive Victorian homes and verdant Springvale Park.