A legacy to one of Atlanta's renowned families.
Once home to Atlanta's finest first families, Midtown has long been known for attracting more than its fair share of distinguished residents. From prominent politicians, lawyers, and statesmen to the likes of famed author Margaret Mitchell, countless celebrities and notable families have made themselves at home in this convenient, thriving locale.
Married to Frances Beayley in 1845, David Cotting was a well-known teacher, editor and lawyer. He served as Secretary of State from 1868-1873 and was also a member of the Constitutional Convention in 1868. After his death in 1874, his widow chose to make her home in Midtown. The Frances Cotting Estate, circa 1800s, was located just one block off Peachtree on what is now known as Peachtree Place.
Today, Cotting Court is built on that very same site. Here in this exclusive enclave, homeowners enjoy the rare opportunity to own a refined, luxury condominium residence in fashionable Midtown, while enjoying the legacy of one of Atlanta's most prominent families.
The Cotting Court Homeowners Association has a no leasing policy.
Controlled Building Access
Covered Gated Parking
Home Owners Association
Walk to MARTA
Pet Friendly Community
Elementary - Morningside
Middle - Inman
High - Grady