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Treasure Island

Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta

1 bed

1 bath

1-2 guests

A breezy palm paradise awaits at this lush garden-level apartment. The efficient main room has space to cook, lounge, dine, and work, and the bedroom down the hall is storage-packed serenity. The moody bathroom in between is handy for both spaces, while the rest of the unit maintains that bright and airy feel thanks to the abundance of natural light and decorative mirrors. Treasure Island is a gem of a place!

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

Amenities

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.

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.

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.

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.

Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta

Once an industrial area, Old Fourth Ward has blossomed into one of Atlanta's premier destinations for dining and shopping, thanks in large part to Ponce City Market, a must-visit for those who like to eat, drink, and do. This massive food hall, retail space, and rooftop amusement park, located in what was once a Sears, Roebuck & Co warehouse from the 1920s, isn't the only attraction though—a stroll down Atlanta's BeltLine trail will take you to various other markets, eateries, parks, and notable spots. Old Fourth Ward borders on the Sweet Auburn Historic District, with both areas sharing significant Martin Luther King, Jr. sites (The King Center, his birth home, and his church) as well as Edgewood Avenue's lively nightlife scene.