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  • East Lake
  • Edmund Park
  • Garden Hills
  • Grant Park
  • Highlands at Canterbury
  • Home Park
  • Inman Park
  • Johnson Estates
  • Kirkwood
  • Lake Claire
  • Lenox Reserve
  • Little Five Points
  • Loring Heights
  • Medlock Park
  • Midtown
  • Morningside
  • Oak Grove Preserve
  • Ormewood Park
  • Peachtree Hills
  • Peachtree Park
  • Piedmont Heights
  • Pine Hills
  • Poncey Highland
  • Sherwood Forest
  • Virginia-Highland

  • Dupont Commons
    Dupont Commons
    Atlanta, GA 30318
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    Elementary school:
    Bolton
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    A short driving distance to Midtown, West Atlanta, West Midtown and Downtown. Dupont Commons is located next to The Path, which connects with the Silver Comet trail. The Path is perfect for jogging, walking, and riding bikes.
    Description:
    Developed around 2005, Dupont Commons is a tree lined neighborhood in West Midtown. Residents enjoy a swimming pool, fitness center, club house, parks, fire pit, pond and outdoor fireplaces.
    Comments:
    Each home is unique, with a craftsman design and attached garage. Attached townhomes are also available. Contact Randall if you are interested in selling. Randall provides a highly effective marketing plan to help sell homes fast for the best price. Randall can also assist buyers. Randall can help buyers and sellers anywhere in Georgia, but specializes in real estate located in Atlanta.

    East Atlanta
    East Atlanta
    Atlanta, Georgia 30316
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    Elementary school:
    Burgess
    Middle school:
    Coan
    High school:
    Crim
    Local interests:
    Cyclorama, Turner Stadium, Grant Park, and Zoo.
    Description:
    East Atlanta is chock full of charm. A few newly built homes are sprinkled in with mostly 1920s era craftsman homes.
    Comments:
    Residents of East Atlanta enjoy boutique shopping, eclectic restaurants, and charming houses. If you are a buyer and do not have a real estate agent, please contact us for information regarding homes for sale in East Atlanta. We provide buyers professional assistance to help ensure a successful transaction. We also represent sellers. Our seller services include extensive local, national, and international marketing to help sell homes in East Atlanta fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company specializing in Atlanta neighborhoods such as East Atlanta.

    East Lake
    East Lake
    Atlanta, GA 30317
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    Elementary school:
    East Lake
    Middle school:
    Coan
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    East Lake Golf Club and a 10 acre park are enjoyed by residence. Oakhurst, Decatur, and Lake Claire neighborhoods are nearby.
    Description:
    East Lake started as a suburb of of Atlanta in the late 1890s and was one of Atlanta's first masterplanned neighborhoods. East Lake is an eclectic neighborhood with a very strong neighborhood association, a championship golf course, and manicured lawns. Revitalization in East Lake started in 1995 when Cousins tore down the crime ridden East Lake Meadows apartments and built the Villages of East Lake. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in East Lake. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in East Lake. We also assist sellers by implementing an effective marketing campaign to help sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as East Lake.
    Comments:
    East Lake is located about 6 miles East of Atlanta and 2 miles South of Decatur; bordered by Candler Road (on the East), Glenwood Drive (on the South), the City of Atlanta/City of Decatur border (on the north), and 2nd Avenue (on the West).

    Edmund Park
    Edmund Park
    Atlanta, GA 30306
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    Elementary school:
    Briar Vista
    Middle school:
    Shamrock
    High school:
    Druid Hills
    Local interests:
    Emory, Fernbank, Morningside, and much more.
    Description:
    Edmund Park is a newer neighborhood of about 86 homes nestled near the historic neighborhood of Johnson Estates and Morningside.
    Comments:
    Residents of Edmund Park enjoy easy to maintain lots, an active association, and close to proximity to intown happenings. If you are a buyer and do not have a real estate agent, please contact us for information regarding homes for sale in Edmund Park. We provide buyers the professional assistance needed to help ensure a successful transaction. We also represent sellers. Our seller services include extensive local, national, and international marketing to help sell homes in Edmund Park fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company specializing in Atlanta neighborhoods such as Edmund Park, Morningside, and Ansley Park.

    Garden Hills
    Garden Hills
    Atlanta, GA 30305
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    Elementary school:
    Garden Hills
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Garden Hills residents enjoy a pool and three neighborhood parks: Sunnybrook Park, Alexander Park, and Frankie Allen Park. Also nearby are the Buckhead neighborhoods of Peachtree Heights, Peachtree Hills, and Peachtree Park.
    Description:
    Garden Hills was developed in 1925 as a country club community by a prominent lawyer named Phillips Campbell McDuffie. Driving through the winding tree lined streets of Garden Hills, visitors enjoy an ecclectic mix of Tudor, Georgian, Spanish Revival, and Craftsman style homes. When driving through, don't miss Garden Hills Elementary School and Atlanta International School. Both are beautiful examples of the work of famed Atlanta architect Philip Shutze and both are on the National Register of Historic Places.
    Comments:
    Garden Hills is one of Buckhead's intown neighborhoods whose residents enjoy being within close proximity to vibrant city entertainment, shopping, and dining. Itís a great time to buy a house in Garden Hills! The lowest priced properties on the Internet arenít always the best deals though. Buying a home with lasting value requires experience, strategy, and a broad range of skills. Randall knows the market, the rules, the players, and how to get you tangible results. Best of all, commissions are paid by the seller. Utilizing Randallís services as a Buyerís Agent costs you nothing and can save you thousands. Contact us to receive free detailed information on homes available for sale in Garden Hills. Or, do you need to sell your existing house or condo? If so, we will provide you with one of the most effective marketing campaigns available, custom tailored to your individual needs. Youíll see tangible results from advertising on over 750 Web sites, effective print media, agent networking, and moreÖ. Click here to get started with a competitive market analysis.

    Grant Park
    Grant Park
    Atlanta, GA 30312
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    Elementary school:
    Parkside
    Middle school:
    King
    High school:
    Southside
    Local interests:
    Grant Park homeowners are within walking distance to Zoo Atlanta and the Cyclorama. Oakland Cemetery is also nearby where many famous Atlantans such as Margaret Mitchell are buried.
    Description:
    Grant Park is a nationally recognized historic neighborhood in Atlanta. Many of the homes in Grant Park are Craftsman bungalow, cottage, or Victorian. Grant Park is located just minutes from downtown and midtown, with easy access to I20.
    Comments:
    Residents of Grant Park enjoy a 131-acre green space and recreational area. Contact us for information regarding homes for sale in Grant Park. We assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Grant Park. In almost all cases the sellers pay the commission, so our services are generally free to buyers. We also represent sellers by implementing a unique local and international marketing campaign that helps to sell Atlanta Real Estate fast for the best price. We are a full service agency specializing in intown Atlanta neighborhoods such as Grant Park.

    Highlands at Canterbury
    Highlands at Canterbury
    Atlanta, GA 30324
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    Elementary school:
    Garden Hills
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Residents of Highlands at Canterbury enjoy being within a short driving distance to I85, GA 400, Lenox Mall and lots of restaurants.
    Description:
    Highlands at Canterbury combines the convenience of town home living with the privacy living in a single family home. Yard service is included in the homeowners dues.
    Comments:
    Highlands at Canterbury is a gated community located conveniently off Lenox Road. Some of the homes offer skyline views. Built in the mid 2000's, with all the modern conveniences including attached drive under garages.

    Home Park
    Home Park
    Atlanta, GA 30318
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    Elementary school:
    Centennial
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Turner Broadcasting, Atlantic Station, Midtown, Downtown, and Georgia Tech are nearby.
    Description:
    Home Park was developed in 1901 as housing for workers at the Atlantic Steel Mill (now redeveloped as Atlantic Station). Most of the houses in Home Park are small craftsman bungalows. However, there are some new, large infill homes that have been built in Home Park. Because of Home Park's close proximity to Georgia Tech, Home Park is a very popular place for Georgia Tech students to live.
    Comments:
    Residents of Home Park enjoy being within walking distance to all the dining, shopping, and entertainment offered at Atlantic Station. In addition, students of Georgia Tech can abandon their cars and walk to class from one of the many residential rental units located in Home Park. Many of the homes in Home Park are perched on a hill and enjoy spectacular Midtown views.

    Inman Park
    Inman Park
    Atlanta, GA 30307
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    Elementary school:
    Mary Lin
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Carter Presidential Center, Marta subway, and Fernbank.
    Description:
    Located two miles east of Downtown, Inman Park was Atlanta's first garden suburb. Grand victorian homes line the wide shady streets where the city's first electric trolley line ran. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Inman Park contains some of the most beautiful historic homes in Atlanta, Georgia. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Inman Park. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Inman Park. We also assist sellers by implementing a unique marketing program that helps sell homes fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Inman Park.
    Comments:
    From 1910 to 1970, Inman Park took a sharp decline. However, Inman Park began to rise again in 1970 when Inman Park Restoration, Inc., was formed, and within a year, forty houses were in the process of renovation. As the people reclaimed long-neglected homes from the ravages of slum conditions, they soon realized that more was going on in Inman Park than the restoration of a few isolated houses. Not long after the restoration of Inman Park began, the neighborhood was threatened by the Georgia Department of Transportation proposed freeway which was to cut through the neighborhood. Inman Park residents blocked construction of the freeway. Unfortunately, many fine old mansions had already been demolished, in the name of

    Johnson Estates
    Johnson Estates
    Atlanta, GA 30306
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    Elementary school:
    Morningside
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Johnson Estates residents enjoy close proximity to Emory University, Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park, Midtown, and Downtown.
    Description:
    Johnson Estates is located in the City of Atlanta in unincorporated Dekalb County. With an eclectic mix of moderate sized bungalow, craftsman, and tudor style homes. Residence enjoy meeting at Noble Park, where dogs and their owners can enjoy the grassy area and kids can play in the formal playground.
    Comments:
    The development of Noble Park, Johnson Estates, and Hylan Park began in 1930; after Morningside had been developed. Johnson Estates is considered part of the Morningside/Lenox Park neighborhood. If you are a buyer and do not have a real estate agent, please contact us for information regarding homes for sale in the Johnson Estates area of Atlanta. We provide buyers the professional assistance needed to help ensure a successful transaction. There is no additional cost to buyers since the seller pays the commissions. We can also represent sellers. Our seller services include extensive local, national, and international marketing to help sell Atlanta homes fast for the best price. We are a full service Georgia real estate company specializing in metro Atlanta neighborhoods such as Johnson Estates, Morningside, Midtown, and Ansley Park.

    Kirkwood
    Kirkwood
    Atlanta, GA 30317
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    Elementary school:
    Toomer
    Middle school:
    Coan
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Kirkwood is just 5 miles from downtown Atlanta. Surrounded by fun areas filled with shopping and restaurant such as downtown Decatur, Little 5 Points, Candler Park, East Atlanta and Virginia-Highland. Kirkwood is also convenient to the airport; universities including Emory, Georgia State and Georgia Tech; and interstates including I-20 and the Downtown Connector (I-75/I-85). Best of all, it's on the MARTA east rail line, with a station in Kirkwood (East Lake Station).
    Description:
    Kirkwood is an eclectic neighborhood in Atlanta combining Victorian classics with new developments. Kirkwood's convenience to downtown Atlanta, streetscape improvements, and affordable housing has resulted in a revitalization since the 1990's. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Kirkwood. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing an analysis of homes for sale in Kirkwood. We also assist sellers by providing a unique marketing campaign to help sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service Atlanta real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods like Kirkwood.
    Comments:
    Kirkwood traces its beginnings to residential development as early as the 1870s. Before the Civil War, most of the land was owned by either the Kirkpatrick or Dunwoody family. The name Kirkwood came from blending of the two names. While no one would consider Kirkwood a suburb of Atlanta today, an early tour book described it as an

    Lake Claire
    Lake Claire
    Atlanta, GA 30307
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    Elementary school:
    Mary Lin
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Lake Claire Park offers a playing field, tennis court, and playground equipment. Other parks include the Olmstead parks along South Ponce, Freedom Park with its walking and bike paths, and Candler Park which features a pool. Lake Claire in Atlanta is centrally located near Emory, Druid Hills, Virginia Highland, Little Five Points, and Decatur. Lake Claire offers a wonderful mix of eclectic restaurants, boutique shops, and entertainment. Lake Claire is near Fernbank, Imax, movie theatres, Emory University, and much more. Candler Park Marta station and East Lake station are each less than a mile (2km) from Lake Claire along DeKalb Ave. Both stations offer free parking.
    Description:
    Today Lake Claire is a neighborhood unit recognized by the City of Atlanta. Although some developers built groups of houses, much of Lake Claire has been sold as empty lots with individuals constructing their own houses. Housing types range from craftsman & bungalow, to 50's cottages, exotic revivals, and modern designs. As with its housing stock, the neighborhood's residents of Lake Claire are a fun mix of distinction and harmony. The entire neighborhood of Lake Claire is within the City of Atlanta, in DeKalb County. Adjacent communities include: Candler Park, Druid Hills, Decatur, and Kirkwood. The Atlanta-Stone Mountain PATH goes through this neighborhood following McLendon, Howard, and DeKalb Place & Avenue. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Lake Claire. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Lake Claire. We also assist sellers by providing a unique Marketing campaign to help sell houses quickly for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in Atlanta intown neighborhoods such as Lake Claire.
    Comments:
    The name "Lake Claire" derives from the intersection of Lakeshore Drive and Claire Drive. There never was a "Lake Claire," rather Lakeshore was named after the now-dry artificial "Lake Ponceana," formerly at the north intersection of Claire. The neighborhood was probably named after the Lake Claire Garden Club founded in the mid 1930

    Lenox Reserve
    Lenox Reserve
    Atlanta, GA 30324
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    Elementary school:
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Emory University, Lenox Mall, Phipps Plaza, and Lindbergh Center.
    Description:
    Lenox Reserve is a charming John Willis gated community off Lenox Road.
    Comments:
    Lenox Reserve homeowners enjoy easy access to I85, Lenox Mall, and short drive to Buckhead and Midtown. Lenox Reserve homes were built in 1999 and are constructed of brick, with two-car garages, and yards. Contact us if you are interested in buying or selling a house at Lenox Reserve or in any other Atlanta neighborhoods. We represent both buyers and sellers. Buyers receive professional assistance throughout the entire process, beginning with a complete list of homes or condos for sale in their target area. Sellers benefit from a customized sales program, including a unique Internet marketing plan that reaches to over 35 countries and encompasses over 600 web sites. Our extensive experience, marketing, and professionalism helps to sell homes quickly for the best price.

    Little Five Points
    Little Five Points
    Atlanta, GA 30309
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    Elementary school:
    Mary Lin
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Edgewood retail district, the Zoo, Cyclorama, the Carter Center, Fernbank, Emory, and Grant Park.
    Description:
    The battle of Atlanta was fought in this area in 1864. In 1889 Samuel Inman and Joel Hurt founded the Atlanta & Edgewood Street Railroad Company and brought transportation to residents of the historic area of Little Five Points. Some of Atlanta's oldest and most grand homes surround the area of Little Five Points. In the 1960's a proposed freeway marked the beginning of decline for Little Five Points. Little Five Points rebounded in the early 90's when the freeway land was turned into park. Free-spirited residents love this area of Atlanta. It's not uncommon to see an eclectic mix of familes, motorcycle riders, and people with tattoos, piercings, purple hair, and avant-garde style gathering in the center of town. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in the Little Five Points area. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing an analysis of homes for sale in Little Five Points. We also assist sellers, by providing a unique Internet Marketing campaign that helps to sell homes quickly for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Little Five Points.
    Comments:
    Bordered by Edgewood, Inman Park, and Candler Park. Most homeowners in the area will say they live in either Inman Park, Candler Park, or Edgewood. Little Five Points is known moreso as the conglomeration of funky shops, eclectic restaurants, and pubs at the corners of Moreland, McLendon, and Euclid.

    Loring Heights
    Loring Heights
    Atlanta, GA 30309
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    Elementary school:
    East Rivers
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Pedestrian access to Atlantic Station. Near Brookhaven Place Shopping Center. Easy access to I75/I85, Midtown and Buckhead. Close to Amtrak station, Savannah College of Art & Design, Symphony, and High Museum.
    Description:
    About 350 homes are located in Loring Heights with the median price in 2005 being about $221,000. Most of the Loring Heights homes are single story bungalows with 2 or 3 bedrooms, and many of them are being renovated and added on to. An active homeowners association works to ensure that high-quality infrastructure improvements are made without destroying the integrity of the Loring Heights neighborhood. Some lucky homeowners are fortunate enough to have a home overlooking the quaint neighborhood park with pond. Contact us for questions regarding selling or buying a home in Loring Heights. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Loring Heights. We also assist sellers by implementing a unique marketing campaign that helps to sell houses quickly for the best prices. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Loring Heights.
    Comments:
    Loring Heights was named for Confederate Major General William Loring, who occupied that hill during the Battle of Atlanta in 1864. Most of the homes were built during and after WWII. Many of the employees of the Atlantic Steel plant were the original tenants.

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