Candler Park

About the Neighborhood

CANDLER PARK was added to the list of National Register of Historic places in 1983. Featuring a 55-acre city park that includes a 9-hole public golf course, the neighborhood is named after Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler, who donated the land for the park in 1922.

Two architectural styles, late-Victorian and Bungalow / Craftsman, are predominant but stand side-by-side with modern single-family homes and townhomes – offering something for everyone.

Real estate in Candler Park is highly coveted, thanks to the neighborhood’s location, a wealth of amenities, walkability, and architectural variety.

Area Highlights

Candler Park Golf Course
Candler Park Market
Candler Park Pool
Candler Park Fall Festival
Little Five Points

Parks & Greenspace

Candler Park
Freedom Park
Dellwood Park
Fernbank Forest
Lake Claire Park


Mary Lin Elementary
Inman Middle School
Henry W. Grady High School

Candler Park Homes For Sale