Thoughtful modernities bring this 18th-Century charmer to life in the 21st.


Located in Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood, 209 Tye is a rare and special offering.

Eclectic and welcoming, from the outside in.

Cozy, creative, illuminated, natural, and intimate. Simple and elegant.

Space to breathe and relax. Space to entertain and enjoy.

Central yet private. A home where heart lives.


209 Tye is a single-story bungalow home offering generous, open, community living spaces and two discrete private spaces.

The living spaces include a large entry foyer, a living room with ample seating and audio/video entertainment options, a dining room with family-style seating for 10 (not to mention the essential upright antique piano for those Fabulous Baker Boys moments), and a well-appointed kitchen equipped with stainless appliances, as well as a mud room with a full-sized, front-loading washer and dryer set.

The two private spaces are comprised of the following:

•  a dedicated sleeping area with king-sized bed, night tables, dresser, and armoire for both folding and hanging clothing storage; and

•  a combination sleeping/living area with two full-sized beds

*  one bed on the ground level, which also offers a desk area, clothing storage, and seating PLUS

*  one bed in a library ladder-accessible sleeping loft, which also offers open reading/meditation floor space.

A full-sized bathroom with linen storage, shower and tub, and a wall-mounted rainfall showerhead complete the interior amenities.

More than just a house to rent.


Heart of pine


12-foot ceilings

Natural light

Original artwork

Luscious textiles

Rich textures

White picket fence

Settin' porch

Stainless appliances

Modern hardware

Fenced-in yard

Off-street parking

Neighborhood park frontage




bungalow bliss

This house is the complete package. From the white picket fence to the full-sized mudroom complete with clothes hooks, you will feel satori in a cacophonic world.



settin' awhile

In addition to its exceptional indoor space, 209 Tye offers great riches is its outdoor private space and opportunities to connect with neighborhood community. 




one step closer . . .

Just beyond the gate, the city awaits.


No Downside


Enough said.

Neighborhood plus cityscape equals having your cake plus eating it.



eclectic history meets eclectic present

With deep Appalachian roots, Cabbagetown has become a favorite neighborhood of the young and hip. Read more here.

“The common thread that runs through all of us is a really honest, deep-seated, free-spirited love of life and expression. There seems to be a desire among Cabbageheads to not only take good care of ourselves and our families, but to take care of each other.” —Cabbagetown resident since 2000

Beltline: Eastside Trail

an urban pedestrian delight

Learn the official word on the Beltline's Eastside Trail here, and then take a wander and a gander, and experience it for yourself.

Bike it, hike it, stroll it, dogwalk it, skate it, run it, parade it.

Got stilts? That's cool, too. Just bust out a smile and a healthy dose of urban exploration, and it's game on.


Street Art

krog street tunnel and beyond

In keeping Atlanta's ever-changing moods, the city boasts noteworthy street art, both as formalized media, like Living Walls Atlanta, and more grass-roots appearances. Take this tour, or discover your own. 

Festivals and Foodstuffs

chomp and stomp is just the beginning

Atlanta offers four full seasons of outdoor entertainment, from arts and crafts and food and music and film festivals to lantern parades to celebrations of historic figures. Start here to learn what is happening outdoors in Atlanta right now. And if you're a foodie (and aren't we all?!), consider yourself at home.