Cozy Lake Claire Carriage House


Entire cottage hosted by Tina

  1. 3 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Walk along the pebbled, stone sunflower path to your very own private Atlanta retreat with covered porch & swing chair. This fashionable one bed, one bath home is very private, comfortable and stylish. Overlooks a beautiful, lush garden which was featured on the 2017 ''Into the Wylde'' Decatur garden tour.

Off street parking available. Self-check-in with contactless entry. Private outdoor spaces, access to nearby woods & walking paths, comfortable workspaces and fast wifi.

The space
Walk along the pebbled, stone, Christine Sibley sunflower path to your very own private Atlanta retreat. This fashionable one bed, one bath unit delivers on both comfort and style. From its charming spiral staircase climbing up to the sunny reading nook or work space above, to its rustic barn door enclosure to the cozy boudoir, this sunny space will keep you smiling whether you’re here for two nights or two hundred.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 air mattress

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
TV with Apple TV, Standard cable
EV charger
Washing machine
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony

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Where you’ll be

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Lake Claire is an intown Atlanta neighborhood known for its diverse mix of home styles, its abundant mature trees, its lovingly tended gardens and greenspaces, and—most important—its community-oriented residents. The bustling community is nestled between Candler Park and Druid Hills.

Lake Claire is well known and beloved for its abundant green spaces, both public and private. At the heart of the neighborhood sits Lake Claire Park, with its wooded areas and trails, large playing field, young children’s play area, and tennis courts. Other parks nearby include Candler Park, the Olmsted Linear Park, and Freedom Park.

Not too far away from Lake Claire Park, at the end of Arizona Avenue, is the Lake Claire Community Land Trust, a communal green space and nonprofit neighborhood member organization with a mission to acquire, maintain, and protect green space for neighborhood enhancement and education, and to provide a place for neighbors and friends to celebrate nature, community, and the arts.

The Neighborhood

Welcome to Lake Claire!!

Lake Claire is an intown Atlanta neighborhood known for its diverse mix of home styles, its abundant mature trees, its lovingly tended gardens and greenspaces, and—most important—its community-oriented residents. Nestled between Candler Park and Druid Hills, Lake Claire is bordered by Ridgecrest Road to the east and Clifton Road to the west, and by DeKalb Avenue to the south and Ponce de Leon Avenue to the north.

Lake Claire sits on the Eastern Continental Divide, which separates rivers flowing to the Atlantic from those flowing to the Gulf of Mexico. Lake Claire is on the Gulf side. The entire neighborhood is located within the City of Atlanta, in DeKalb County, in zip code 30307. Adjacent communities include:

Candler Park (west)
Druid Hills (north)
Decatur (east)
Kirkwood (south)

A rich history
The streets in Lake Claire were originally surveyed as a few separate developments, which were incorporated into Atlanta one by one in the 1910s. Although some developers built groups of houses, much of Lake Claire was sold as empty lots, with individuals constructing their own homes. Today Lake Claire is a neighborhood unit recognized by the City of Atlanta.

Lake Claire’s first family, the Gordons, owned an estate on the current site of the Horizons School (1900 DeKalb Avenue NE) from 1871 to 1931. They chose the highest point, overlooking the railroad and road below, and owned many acres of farmland and orchards in what is now Lake Claire. The home was torn down in 1942.

Ski Lake Claire
Despite the evocative name, Lake Claire does not have a lake! The now-dry artificial Lake Ponceana, formerly at the intersection of Claire Drive and Lakeshore Drive, inspired the name of the latter street. The neighborhood was probably named after the Lake Claire Garden Club, which was founded in the mid-1930s.`

Hosted by Tina

  1. Joined in September 2015
  • 19 Reviews
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    Things to know

    House rules

    Check-in: After 3:00 pm
    Checkout: 11:00 am
    Self check-in with key safe
    Not suitable for children and infants
    No smoking
    No pets
    No parties or events

    Health & safety

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    Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
    Carbon monoxide alarm
    Smoke alarm
    Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $734

    Cancellation policy