Fairburn Tell Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Located on Atlanta’s southwest side, the Fairburn Tell neighborhood is bordered by Fairburn Road SW to the east and extends to the north and south of Tell Road SW. One of 242 neighborhoods defined by the City of Atlanta, Fairburn Tell consists of single-family homes nestled against densely wooded areas, a few miles west of Interstate 285 and situated approximately 12 miles from downtown Atlanta.
The large two-story homes that comprise Fairburn Tell sit along Tell Place Way SW, Tell Place Drive SW, Jones Drive, Riverchess Drive, Tell Road SW, and Fairburn Road SW. Featuring sidewalks and spacious lots, the neighborhood is a safe and secluded family-friendly subdivision a short distance from the city center.
Residents will enjoy easy access to neighboring cities in Georgia such as Smyrna, Marietta, and Macon, as well as Chattanooga, Tenn., Birmingham, Ala., and Columbia, S.C., and major thoroughfares including Interstate 85, Interstate 285, Interstate 75, and Interstate 20 are all located within minutes from the neighborhood.
Although those who call Fairburn Tell home are afforded a quick commute to downtown Atlanta and a number of neighboring communities throughout the southeastern United States, residents can escape the hustle and bustle of busy city life with the neighborhood’s proximity to Sweetwater Creek State Park, which is located less than 15 miles to the northwest. Featuring a 215-acre lake, 11 picnic shelters, two fishing docks, a bait shop, playground, miles of nature trails, a visitor center, and a gift shop, the park offers outdoor enthusiasts a variety of activities ranging from hiking and fishing to canoeing and kayaking.
Residents interested in the cultural and historical aspects of Atlanta will benefit from a myriad of museums the city has to offer, including the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, High Museum of Art, Apex Museum, and the Atlantic History Center, all located within minutes of the neighborhood.