This two-story home radiates southern charm inside and out. The front exterior adorns two patios, one on the first level perfect for sipping coffee in the morning and another off the master on the second level for some fresh air before crawling into the king size bed dressed in organic linens. Enjoy the most beautiful natural light flooding each and every room creating a sense of serenity. The open living, dining, and kitchen spaces are ideal for families or entertaining guests. There is an additional patio off of the kitchen great for eating lunch or enjoying an evening glass of wine while dinner cooks in the kitchen. After dinner, cozy up on the sectional for a movie and some popcorn
- 1x king bed, 1x queen bed, 2x twin bed
- 1x master bath, 1x full bath, 1x half bath
- Fully stocked kitchen
- Washer/dryer in unit
- Private parking
- Ultra-fast WiFi, Smart TV, NEST, Ring security system
Minty Living homes are pet friendly upon owner approval - we understand times away from home are best with a furry friend! We will do our 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 and enjoy alongside our STASH herbal teas.
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. We assume you do as well. Enjoy a fully supplied kitchen in every residence.
Includes: High-end cutlery, Nutribullet blender & toaster, full cookware sets, tupperware
Located in Cabbagetown, one of Atlanta's most celebrated art districts, it is conveniently located within walking distance to Krog Street Tunnel, a well-known spot for graffiti and street art, connecting Cabbagetown with the Inman Park neighborhood and Krog Street Market, a hub for local businesses and delicious food. The three mile multi-use Beltline Eastside trail is only a three minute walk from the home and connects Reynoldstown all the way to Midtown.