Featured Area: Candler Park and Inman Park

The Candler Park and Inman Park neighborhoods are located in Intown Atlanta, about 5 minutes east of downtown and just south of Ponce De Leon Avenue. Each neighborhood is proudly labeled one of Atlanta’s first suburbs and both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Candler Park and Inman Park are family-friendly neighborhoods with a focus on walkability and livability. Candler/Inman Park is home to many talented people, great shops, bars, and everything eclectic. Nestled right in the neighborhood, Wisteria Restaurant serves up southern hospitality and contemporary southern cuisine along with an award winning wine and spirits list. Also located around the corner is La Fonda Latina, which evokes a carnival mood with their brightly painted furniture and walls. During the last full weekend in April each year, Inman Park proudly presents a Neighborhood Festival widely regarded as Atlanta’s most spirited and eclectic.

Contact me for all of your Intown real estate needs. 678.983.7987

Cary Blumenfeld



Vinings / Smyrna Townhome for Lease

$1,600 per month

This townhome has barelly been lived in. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full baths and 1 Half bath. 1 car garage. Beautiful neighborhood close to main highways and amenities.



Featured Property: THE ATLANTIC @ Atlantic Station

1 Bedrooms from $177,700

2 Bedrooms from $258,700

The best things come to those who can’t wait.

As a testament to Art Deco glamour, the element of luxury surrounds you. Spend your day poolside, lounging on the terrace. Doorman, porter and 24/7 concierge services cater to your every desire. And the clubroom is here to share, with a private screening room and library for quieter pleasures.

  • Full-size pool with hot tub spa
  • Sundeck with WiFi, professional grills and park-like landscaping
  • Large fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Poolside terrace with stack stone fireplace
  • Clubroom with flat screen TVs and Internet kiosks
  • 24-hour concierge
  • Catering kitchen
  • Private screening room and library
  • High-speed Internet service throughout
  • Doorman/porter services
  • Concierge-arranged services*: Housekeeping, in-residence chef, dog walking, personal training and dry cleaning

*At additional cost


Cary Blumenfeld

Harry Norman, Realtors



Come Paint at Sips N Strokes!

Paint the “Super Pets” this Friday night at Sips N Strokes Toco Hills!

CLICK HERE to see the full calendar

Sips N Strokes Toco Hills

3019 North Druid Hills Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30329
Phone: 404-901-1099

Brookhaven Renovation Part 2

Today we dug really deep and managed to finish gutting the bathroom. It turned out to be a pretty difficult task as there were some obstacles we faced while breaking down the walls and the flooring. The first issue we encountered was the shower drain falling through the sub flooring and into the crawlspace. The wood had become so warped and damaged due to water and old age that when we pulled up the surrounding floor, it just broke off completely. We encountered a few surprises along the way, such as the patched window that was located in the same place the old vinyl shower insert had been. The wiring we found throughout the bathroom had obviously not been changed since when the house was built, circa 1940. This is evident in the prehistoric electrical configuration we found behind where the sink used to be. The main drain pipe supplying the house had been hacked into numerous other times, whether it was renovation or just fixing problems, it became a problem for us. The pipe had been vented correctly, but you can see where contractors had cut beams almost in half trying to correct spacing issues, rather then fixing the problem correctly. If you take a look at the overhead pictures, you can see where the vent is still located. We realized that the vent had been covered in insulation and was actually a pretty major fire hazard. Also due to the insulation coverage, there was no circulation in the bathroom, cause a massive amount of mold to develop throughout the entire bathroom. I consider us lucky because I truly felt as though we were going to find leaking pipes, and worst case scenario, a leaking roof, but all it turned out to be was an insulation smothered and covered fan. Pure Luck. We got the entire sub flooring up and realized that the drain pipe servicing the sink had been slowly leaking. It ended up not being a big deal because we had decided not to keep the old tile due to the preexisting warping that told me there was water under it in the first place. Stay tuned for more updates as I take you through the complete renovation process of the Brookhaven Property.

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Cary Daniel Blumenfeld

Harry Norman, Realtors


Come Paint at Sips N Strokes Toco Hills

Bring your drinks and come paint the Funky Palmtrees at Sips N Strokes Toco Hills. Located in the Publix shopping center at North Druid Hills and Lavista Road. CLICK HERE for the full schedule.

Brookhaven Renovation: Part 1

We have begun renovating our investment property in Brookhaven, the house was built in the 1940s and has definitely been showing its age recently. The first task is tackling the mold infested master bath. After a tumultuous bout with the mold spreading constantly in the bathroom, we decided to completely gut it and find out what the true problem is.

I was kicked out of the festivities once the moldy insulation began to show its ugly face. A few surprises came about, but nothing too serious yet.

Today at the tile store we explored aisle after aisle on the search for the perfect complementary pieces. We are installing wall tiles, shower floor tiles and separate floor tiles. We also had some fun while on the shopping trip.

Cary Daniel Blumenfeld

Harry Norman, Realtors