ALM Cars

New and used car dealer near Avondale Estates, GA

Used cars, trucks, and SUV dealership near Avondale Estates, GA

Avondale Estates, Georgia, is a charming, historic city located in DeKalb County, recognized for its distinctive Tudor-style architecture and inviting community spirit. Incorporated in 1926, it is known for its planned community design, reminiscent of the English countryside, complete with beautiful parks, serene lake, and surprisingly peaceful settings, despite being minutes away from bustling Atlanta. It is the home of the original Waffle House, now a museum, among other popular local businesses and eateries. Culturally vibrant with a small-town feel, Avondale Estates offers a unique blend of history, art, and community, making it a truly fascinating and welcoming place to live, work, and visit.


ALM Cars is a new and used car dealer serving Avondale Estates, GA and surrounding communities

  1. Head east on Kingstone Rd toward Berkeley Rd (315 ft)
  2. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Berkeley Rd (0.3 mi)
  3. Continue onto S Avondale Plaza (243 ft)
  4. Turn right onto US-278 E/Covington Rd (2.6 mi)
  5. Slight right (0.3 mi)
  6. Merge onto I-285 S (2.0 mi)
  7. Keep left to continue on I-285 W (15.1 mi)
  8. Take exit 61 to merge onto I-85 S toward Montgomery/Columbus (19.4 mi)
  9. Take exit 51 for Sharpsburg Rd/McCollum-Sharpsburg Rd/GA-154 toward McCollum (0.3 mi)
  10. Turn left onto GA-154 S
    Pass by Hardee’s (on the left in 0.2 mi)
    (1.2 mi)
  11. Turn right onto Hammock Rd (0.9 mi)
  12. Continue onto Baker Rd (1.3 mi)
  13. Turn right onto GA-34 W (1.1 mi)
  14. Turn right onto International Park (348 ft)
  15. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Baynard Park (187 ft)
  16. Turn left (69 ft)
  17. Turn right (177 ft)
  18. Turn right
    Destination will be on the right
    (131 ft)

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