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Decatur Homes – Clairmont Heights Neighborhood

Decatur Homes - Clairmont Heights Area HistoryClairmont Heights and the surrounding Decatur neighborhoods have an interesting history.  Clairmont Heights Civic Association put together an intriguing history of Decatur real estate in this area.  Clairmont Heights was developed after a lottery of Creek Indian lands in 1821 by the State of Georgia, when 20 [...]

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Neighborhoods Near Emory University

Leafmore Hills/Vista Grove/Oak Grove - Part 1 History of Decatur Real Estate Near Leafmore/Oak GroveThe current Leafmore/Oak Grove area of Dekalb County has changed a great deal since 1822, when real estate sold here for 10 cents an acre.  The following year, Decatur was named the County Seat and the area began developing. Leafmore Hills and the surrounding Oak [...]

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Fixing up the House – De-clutter First!

If you've lived in your house for any length of time, chances are good that it could stand an overhaul.  And, if you are contemplating the sale of your Decatur home in the near future, a few tips might be useful.Many young families have rooms in their home that serve multiple purposes - dining rooms turned into toy rooms, closets that are overflowing, and hallways jammed w [...]

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Winter Curb Appeal for Decatur Homes

Winter climate in the Atlanta area is generally mild - at least milder than in many other parts of the country.  Temperatures do dip lower, trees lose their leaves, and shorts are no longer popular apparel.  There may not be snow in the backyard, but cold days and nights are interspersed with incredible sunny days when you could enjoy a picnic on the deck, and ma [...]

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Decatur Homes – Clairmont Heights Neighborhood

Decatur Homes - Clairmont Heights Area HistoryClairmont Heights and the surrounding Decatur neighborhoods have an interesting history.  Clairmont Heights Civic Association put together an intriguing history of Decatur real estate in this area.  Clairmont Heights was developed after a lottery of Creek Indian lands in 1821 by the State of Georgia, when 20 [...]

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Hot Atlanta! How to Survive an Atlanta Summer

According to Weather.Com and Current Results,  a website that publishes weather and science facts,  Atlanta has an average summer temperature of 89.4 F!  It often feels much higher, but the temperature doesn't often reach into the 100's here, although highs in the 90's can occur from May to September. Atlanta has an average of 217 sunny or partly sunny days during the y [...]

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Decatur, Georgia – Nearly Perfect Place to Live!

If you had a dream hometown, it might be a place like Decatur, Georgia!  Decatur has so much to offer as a small city just a eight miles from Atlanta - convenience, frequent social activities, great shopping and incredible restaurants.Homes in Decatur are in demand and sell very quickly.  Even rental properties here are at a premium.  Everyone who can possibly af [...]

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Give Back to Your Decatur Community

Our church recently decided to sponsor a refugee family in partnership with another local church.  They asked for donations of furniture, lamps, school supplies, bedding, alarm clocks and a number of other household items.​In thinking about what extra things are cluttering my Atlanta home, I realized that my excess would probably furnish several family homes.Aside f [...]

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