The Village at Avondale in Avondale Estates, DeKalb County, Georgia is a wonderful neighborhood right off of Rockbridge Road. Home prices generally range from $360- to $430K. Homes at The Village at Avondale don’t stay on the market long at about 48 days on average, which is less than the average of 78 days for homes in Avondale Estates. The streets in this neighborhood include Burdett Court and Wilfawn Way.
The Village at Avondale development was built from 2001 to 2004 and all of the homes are unique. Some have Charleston style porches, some home designs are colonial, and some are traditional. The Village at Avondale was built by Dogwood Homes, a certified professional home builder.
Children in this community attend Avondale Elementary, Avondale Middle, (less than .75 mile away) and Avondale High School. Robert Shaw Theme School is less than a quarter mile away. The Village at Avondale is close to Dekalb Medical Center and Emory University. Just over a mile away is the Dekalb Farmers Market, a fabulous international grocery store. Pubs and restaurants are nearby as well. North Dekalb Mall is just over 2 miles away from the neighborhood. Homes feature rocking chair front porches, open concept floor plans, hardwoods and 10-foot ceilings in the main living areas, stone fireplaces and access to back decks. Some homes have finished basements with a bedroom, full bath and multi-purpose space. Avondale Estates is one of the smaller communities in the Atlanta metro area, but it has a rich history, including being home to Waffle House founders. According to the city of Avondale Estates’ website, on Labor Day 1955, Avondale Estates neighbors Joe Rogers Sr. and Tom Forkner founded the first Waffle House restaurant.
If you’re looking for a neighborhood where your home won’t look like all or any of the others, put the Village at Avondale on your home search list. Check out the latest home listings.