Chamblee’s Antique Row District Holiday Open House | December 1 & 2, 2012

I like history. I like old things. I grew up around antiques. My parent’s home was wall-to-wall full of them until my Mom’s house burned down in 2005. I have a new appreciation for things from the past that have been lost….photographs, family heirlooms, and such.

Chamblee’s Antique Row District Holiday Open House December 1-2, 2012

Chamblee Historic Antique District

Antiques and Collectibles in Chamblee Antique RowWhether you are an antique lover or not, a trip through an antique store can bring back lots of memories! And I’ve got JUST the time and place in Atlanta for you to take that trip down memory lane, and maybe even pick up a holiday gift! Chamblee’s Antique Row District Holiday Open House! Saturday, the stores will be open from 11am – 6pm and again on Sunday from Noon-5pm.

There will be refreshments, treats and an opportunity to register to win prizes! You can visit the Antique Row website here!

As strolled through the Broad Street Antique Mall as I took pictures for this post, and WOW, what a collection of items! Mind you, this is a “mall” with numerous dealers under one roof, but, just look at the list of particpants:

 

 

  • Antique Factory
  • Assistance League of Atlanta
  • Atlanta Antique Gallery
  • Atlanta Furniture Restoration
  • Atlanta Vintage Books
  • Blanton House
  • Broad Street Antique Mall
  • Chamblee Antiques & Collectibles
  • Consignment Furniture Depot
  • Estate Gallery
  • Gone To The Dogs
  • My Sister’s Closet
  • Rust ‘n’ Dust Antiques
  • St Vincent dePaul Thrift Store
  • The Treasure Mart
  • The UPS Store ( Ha Ha….just down Broad Street and ready to safely pack and ship the treasure off for Santa!
  • Maison Robert
  • Zen Tea
  • Frosty Caboose
Chamblee’s Antique Row District Location

WHEW! I don’t think I even realized how many stores are part of the Chamblee Antique Row District! I’m even going to venture back! And if you live in Midtown Atlanta, and don’t want to break out the car (you might need the space to bring home your treasures, but…) you can take the MARTA Gold Line to Doraville, and exit at the Chamblee Station. You will have to exit the station, walk to Chamblee Tucker Road, turn right under the tracks, and then right on New Peachtree Road, and walk to the District from there. It’s a nice  walk, past 5300 Lofts, and some of the historic store fronts that face the railroad tracks. (Another trip back in time!)

All this, and inside of Atlanta! Who knew!?

Come check out the Chamblee Antique Row District Holiday Open House, December 1 & 2! On your way back to the MARTA station, or if you are driving, be sure to stop at the Frosty Caboose for a treat. (Hopefully it will be a warm winter day for ice cream!) If you’re hungry, maybe a visit to Five Guys Burgers in Chamblee Plaza will be in order!

Thom Abbott

I'm a real estate broker living and selling the Midtown Atlanta lifestyle. From high rise condominiums to historic homes, I enjoy everything Midtown Atlanta has to offer. I'll help you find the right home in Midtown Atlanta or any of the other exciting Intown Atlanta communities that border the Midtown Area!

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  1. Hi Thom – great post about the Antiques, and so sorry about your Mom’s home, that must have been devastating. Love the information about Chamblee Antique Row District.
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  2. Hi Thom!

    Great information for antique lovers in Atlanta GA! I too have an appreciation for antiques and I keep everything that has been passed down so, I could just about start an antique store with my own furnishings!
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  3. Thom – What a great event coming up in Atlanta GA.
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  4. This sounds like a fun event, Thom. I wonder what Gone to the Dogs sells.
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  5. What a great sounding place Thom. I too am sorry to hear about your Moms place… That must have been hard on her… Antiques are such a curious sort. But as they say ‘one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.’

  6. I’ll have to keep this a secret or Elizabeth will have me driving down to Atlanta to buy more antiques. As if we don’t have enough already.
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