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Hello boys and ghouls! For our extra-spooky Halloween edition, we’ve got a real doozy. In fact, I used to live about 10 minutes from this place and I never even knew it was there (thus only adding to the mystery and intrigue that surround it). OurfalseContinue Reading
Oakland Cemetery is sometimes called Atlanta's "City of the Dead," given its mansion-like mausoleums, towering obelisks, and network of brick-paved streets. It's also of the only places in the city of Atlanta that hasn't changed much since thefalseContinue Reading
In this recurring column, Clicks & Mortar spotlights the homes and estates of the rich and famous that are currently on the market. Behold the latest installment of The Propportunist!
Move quick: your chance to gawk at this year's spectrum of fall foliage in North Georgia is quickly fading! The gentle folk over at the Georgia Forestry Commission are predicting that leaf color will peak over the next two weeks, and then we'll befalseContinue Reading
We’re really getting into the Halloween spirit around here at Clickscape. Maybe that’s why our featured Over-the-Top Property this week is a dead ringer for the creepy house featured in the 1979false
OK, I'll admit it. One of my guilty pleasures is reading celebrity dirt, particularly as it relates to those people who just can't seem to get it together. It's sad that our culture seeks entertainment in the tribulations of others, but that'sfalseContinue Reading
It’s that time of year again. When Target starts putting out the icicle lights and Santa inflatables, you know Halloween is right around the corner. I can't think of a better way to celebrate this macabre season than with a tour of a real*falseContinue Reading
Clickscape is getting a social media revamp!
Now we like to think we know a thing or two about Twitter, Facebook, and the like, but as a growing company we're always open to outside opinions. On November 8th we'll be getting plenty of those at thefalseContinue Reading
In many neighborhoods across America, a sad sight occurs all too often. Empty and forlorn foreclosures are like the Debby Downer of the block. Plenty of horror stories are circulating around Atlanta about seemingly abandoned homes that are afalseContinue Reading
The new owners of Nashville's Fifth and Main condo project are hoping an auction might jumpstart interest in their mostly empty asset. This isn't the building's first time at the rodeo, so to speak; ACG Equities Inc. acquired the foreclosedfalseContinue Reading
Piedmont Heights doesn't have the most beautiful architecture, best walking atmosphere, or the strongest identity when compared to other Atlanta neighborhoods; not everyone can be Inman Park. With that said, the wedge of land formed by thefalseContinue Reading
Looking back, 1974 doesn't seem like the most memorable year. Nixon announced his resignation, People magazine published its first issue, the Rubik's Cube was invented, and a trio of tragic plane crashes occurred. Oh yeah, and Ryan Seacrest wasfalseContinue Reading
I chose a great time to walk along St. Charles Avenue for this installment of Street of the Week. It was in the early evening, just as people were beginning to relax after the work day. There was quite a bit of buzz for a Wednesday: joggers werefalseContinue Reading
Maybe you've seen a few cars around Atlanta sporting a bumper sticker that proclaims "30307: It's not just a zip code, it's a lifestyle." This weekend presents the opportunity to experience that mantra first hand at the Lake Claire Home and GardenfalseContinue Reading