Avondale Estates

“Small town, in town.” Avondale Estates was originally developed as a planned community by George Francis Willis. He named the city after Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, which is the birthplace of Shakespeare and the buildings were designed in a Tudor Style to reinforce this image. Community amenities such as a lake, tennis courts, clubhouse, parks and a swimming pool were built for residents. Avondale Estates is also home to a very close knit community and the very first Waffle House, an Atlanta original, which is now a museum.

Avondale Estates is home to the Museum School and Tudor Square which features the Wild Heaven Brewery, Pallookaville and Pine Street Market (just to name a few).

Local Festivals

Neighborhood Website

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