Lake Claire is an intown Atlanta neighborhood known for its diverse home styles, shady trees, lovely greenspaces and—most important—its community-oriented citizens. Lake Claire’s approximately 1,200 homes are an eclectic mix from the Revival, Victorian, and Modern periods: Craftsman bungalows, 1950s cottages, and Contemporary Folk styles of architecture, in addition to homes recently renovated or constructed.
Lake Claire is home to both hippies and yuppies with Old South sensibilities and new age progressivism. Residents are professionals, artists, and entrepreneurs; young families, empty nesters, and everything in between. One of Atlanta’s smaller neighborhoods, Lake Claire has cultivated a close-knit community, where neighbors share more than just borders.
Within the neighborhood itself are many smaller, vibrant communities, each with its own distinct flavor and appeal. Lake Claire is flush with places to dine, shop and entertain yourself. Grocery and convenience stores, retail shops, and movie theaters are all located within a few miles of Lake Claire, in the neighboring communities of Candler Park, Little Five Points, Edgewood, and Decatur.