While the name Cabbagetown may sound silly, there is nothing silly about this cool, downtown Atlanta neighborhood community, founded originally as a mill town.

Enjoy a virtual stroll through the neighborhood by scrolling through these images and see what it's like to live in Cabbagetown. Learn more about this historic neighborhood below.

A bright Victorian cottage in Cabbagetown Atlanta Mural at Little's Food Store a neighborhood grocery in Cabbagetown Atlanta A Victorian cottage in Cabbagetown Atlanta People dining outside Carroll Street Cafe in Cabbagetown Atlanta Historic row of homes in Cabbagetown Atlanta An old water tower on the roof of Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts in Cabbagetown Atlanta A Victorian cottage in Cabbagetown Atlanta A mural with the neighborhood name Cabbagetown in Cabbagetown Atlanta Front of a home with flowers in Cabbagetown Atlanta The historic Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts in Cabbagetown Atlanta Colorful homes in Cabbagetown Atlanta A courtyard at the historic Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts in Cabbagetown Atlanta A colorful home in Cabbagetown Atlanta People dining outside Carroll Street Cafe in Cabbagetown Atlanta View of the Atlanta skyline over Dekalb Avenue from above in Cabbagetown Atlanta The gate to the historic Oakland Cemetery adjacent to Cabbagetown Atlanta Signs and ornaments on a gate to a home in Cabbagetown Atlanta A sign at Cabbagetown Park in Cabbagetown Atlanta

Cabbagetown Real Estate Stats

Average Price $882K
Lowest Price $315K
Highest Price $1.4M
Total Listings 8
Avg. Price/SQFT $380

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The burning of the Atlanta Rolling Mill, destroyed in the Battle of Atlanta, gave rise to the J Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill in 1881 and is a rare example of Atlanta’s earliest industrial architecture. Cabbagetown, built for the workers of the South’s first textile processing mill, was anchored by simply framed, one and two-story shotgun and cottage-style houses centered around the mill. Today, those houses still stand but now alongside bungalows and Victorian farmhouses, too.

When the mill closed in the early ’80s and was converted to the now Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts, one of the biggest loft conversions in the United States, Cabbagetown became a haven for artists, musicians, creatives, and those who love culture, diversity, and people-watching.

Cabbagetown’s hot new adaptive reuse projects like Atlanta Dairies conversion pay homage to the city’s industrial roots and draw in visitors from all over Atlanta and the South.

And if the restaurants and hot spots aren’t enough, then the sweeping views of the Atlanta skyline, historic Oakland Cemetery (Atlanta’s oldest and grandest), and its prime location on Atlanta’s Beltline should be.

In Cabbagetown Park you'll find:

In Cabbagetown you'll find historic row homes, industrial lofts, and Victorian and craftsman style homes along some popular neighborhood restaurants. Adjacent to Cabbagetown is the growing Memorial Drive corridor filled with shopping and trendy dining spots.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Atlanta public schools (aps):
adjacent neighborhoods:

Inman Park, Grant Park, Reynoldstown, and Old Fourth Ward


Cabbagetown is a historic district with renovated mill homes, Victorian cottages, and historic lofts.

Retro mid-century furniture and Mural Cabbagetown atlanta

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