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889 Edgewood Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307   •   Email: info@kingkeith.com  •   Phone: (404)688-7330
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Directions to the 1890 King-Keith House B&B


From I-75/I-85: The interstates join together through the heart of downtown Atlanta. Take Exit 248-C for Freedom Parkway and the Carter Center. Follow the signs to the Carter Center. Go under the covered bridge and veer to the right with signs for E42. Pass the Carter Center on your left. Go to the stoplight and turn right on N. Highland Ave. Go about .5 miles when you see several restaurants and turn left onto Elizabeth St. Go through one light and 2 stop signs to the light at Edgewood Ave. Turn right on Edgewood towards the Trolley Barn. The King-Keith House is on the left in the second block. Park on the street in front of the house.

From I-20: Follow the signs to I-75/I-85 North, the downtown connector. Then exit almost immediately at the Freedom Parkway/Carter Center Exit 248-C. See above directions from there to the King-Keith House.

From MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority i.e. the subway): MARTA runs East-West and North-South. The airport is the southern most station. Take the North bound trains to the Five Points station and transfer to the East bound train. Ride 3 stops to the Inman Park/Reynoldstown station (E3). After walking through the turnstiles, take the Exit bridge to the right towards Inman Park. Head west toward the restaurant on the corner. Edgewood Avenue is straight ahead. Walk past the church and the Trolley Barn and one more block to the King-Keith House. Or you can call us from the airport when you arrive and we will pick you up at the E3 station, especially for late arrivals. The sidewalks are uneven for night walking with luggage.

Note: The Inman Park neighborhood is due East form the heart of downtown Atlanta. Inman Park was Atlanta's first suburb circa 1890. It was also Atlanta's first intown neighborhood to gentrify in the early 1970's. Close to Inman Park is the funky Little Five Points area, which has shops, restaurants and theater. Also close by is the more upscale Virginia-Highlands shopping and restaurant area.


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1890 King-Keith House Bed and Breakfast
889 Edgewood Avenue NE | Atlanta, GA 30307
Phone: (404) 688-7330 | Email: info@kingkeith.com