Atlanta Neighborhoods
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  • Cabbagetown
  • Candler Park
  • Castleberry Hill
  • Collier Hills
  • Decatur
  • Druid Hills
  • Dupont Commons
  • East Atlanta
  • 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
  • Ormewood Park
  • Peachtree Hills
  • Peachtree Park
  • Piedmont Heights
  • Pine Hills
  • Poncey Highland
  • Sherwood Forest
  • Virginia-Highland

  • Medlock Park
    Medlock Park
    Decatur, GA 30033
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    Elementary school:
    Medlock
    Middle school:
    Shamrock
    High school:
    Druid Hills
    Local interests:
    Residents of Medlock Park enjoy being within close proximity to walking trails, parks, playgrounds, ball fields, downtown Decatur and Emory University.
    Description:
    Most of the homes in Medlock Park were built in the 1950s or 1960s. Most of the frame and ranch homes have 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 or 2 bathrooms. The homes in Medlock Park are not particularly large, but the lot sizes are typically big so there is usually room to expand if needed. Residents of Medlock Park enjoy close proximity to Clyde Shephard Nature Preserve--a 28 acre wildlife sanctuary with trails. Dekalb county's Medlock Park is also located in the neighborhood, which includes 39 acres of playgrounds, picnic areas, ball fields, and more. If you are interested in buying or selling a home in Medlock Park, please contact us. We represent both buyers and sellers.
    Comments:
    Medlock Park is located next to University Heights and North Decatur Heights.

    Midtown
    Midtown
    Atlanta, GA 30309
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    Elementary school:
    Spingdale Park
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Local arts and cultural activities include the world renowned new Symphony building, Fox Theater, High Museum of Art, Puppetry center, Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia Tech, and Atlanta College of Art.
    Description:
    Midtown is the crown jewel of Atlanta and has seen massive growth in the new Millenium. Situated between downtown and Buckhead, Midtown provides easy access to all major highways, business centers, and residential areas. Midtown has something for everybody. From small historic condos and homes to new penthouse condos with views or large luxurious new homes. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling real estate in Midtown. We assist buyers through the entire process, including providing detailed information and analysis on houses and condos for sale in Midtown. We also assist sellers by providing a unique marketing campaign that helps to sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service realty company, specializing in intown houses and condos.
    Comments:
    Midtown's growth has recently jumped west over the Downtown Connector into Atlantic Station and surrounding neighborhoods. About 40,000 people live within one mile of the 10th and Peachtree streets intersection. Add another two miles to the radius and about 140,000 people call the Midtown area home in Atlanta.

    Morningside
    Morningside
    Atlanta, GA 30306
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    Elementary school:
    Morningside
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Emory University, Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park, Midtown, and Downtown.
    Description:
    Morningside was developed in 1923 with about 3,500 Craftsman, Tudor, English cottage, midcentury ranch, and French country style homes. Morningside is laced with parks, sidewalks and winding boulevards; so it's a wonderful place to walk. Morningside is one of Atlanta Georgia's more exclusive neighborhoods. within walking distance to shopping, restaurants, parks, and nightlife. Also includes the neighborhoods of Lenox Park, University Park, Noble Park, Johnson Estates, and Hylan Park. The Morningside neighborhood enjoys a very strong community association called Morningside Lenox Park Association, which was formed in the 60's to prevent I485 from going through the heart of Morningside. Contact us for assistance buying or selling in Morningside. We can assist buyers by providing detailed information regarding homes for sale in Morningside. We can also assist sellers by implementing an extensive marketing campaign to help sell homes fast at the best price.
    Comments:
    In 1821 Creek Indians ceded their land to the State of Georgia. Some settled in Easton, a farming community on the edge of Morningside at the intersection of Piedmont Road and Monroe Drive. In 1923, two real estate agents built eight homes in Morningside. They advertised 70-foot wide paved street frontage, Murphy beds and a servants' toilet in the basement. Morningside experienced an influx of residents after the city annexed the area in 1925. 18 stone and brick monuments prominently mark entrances to the Morningside neighborhood.

    Ormewood Park
    Ormewood Park
    Atlanta, GA 30316
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    Elementary school:
    Parkside
    Middle school:
    King
    High school:
    Southside
    Local interests:
    Residents of Ormewood Park enjoy being within close proximity to Zoo Atlanta, Cyclorama, Turner Field, downtown, East Atlanta, and Glenwood Park.
    Description:
    Ormewood Park is located between East Atlanta and Grant Park, just east of downtown. Ormewood Park was named after Aquilla J. Orme, an official with the Atlanta Electric Light and Trolley Company in the early 1900s. Mr. Orme extended the downtown street car to include the Old Soldiers Home on East Confederate Avenue.
    Comments:
    Ormewood Park is well known as an eclectic intown Atlanta neighborhood with lots of architectural charm. Glenwood Park, a nearby live/work/play community consisting of housing, restaurants and shops, can be enjoyed by Ormewood Park residents.

    Peachtree Hills
    Peachtree Hills
    Atlanta, GA 30305
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    Elementary school:
    E. Rivers
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Peachtree Hills residents are able to enjoy a neighborhood park called Peachtree Park. It offers a gym, softball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, playground, and a picnic area. Peachtree Hills homeowners can also enjoy nearby restaurants, dining, and entertainment.
    Description:
    Peachtree Hills is a cozy intown Atlanta neighborhood with a strong community organization. Peachtree Hills lies East of Peachtree, with Peachtree Creek on the south and Lindbergh Drive on the north. Peachtree Hills began development around 1910 as a suburb of Atlanta.
    Comments:
    Peachtree Hills contains mostly bungalow style homes, but also has some new homes built where older homes were torn down. If you don't currenlty have a real estate agent, contact us for questions regarding homes for sale in Peachtree Hills in Atlanta. We assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Peachtree Hills. In almost all cases the sellers pay the commissions, so our services are generally free to buyers. We also represent sellers by implementing a unique local and international marketing program that helps to sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service agency specializing in intown Atlanta neighborhoods such as Peachtree Hills.

    Peachtree Park
    Peachtree Park
    Atlanta, GA 30305
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    Elementary school:
    Garden Hills
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Lenox Mall, Phipps Plaza, Lindbergh Plaz, Buckhead, Midtown, fine dining, boutique shopping, and movie theatres.
    Description:
    Peachtree Park consist of about 545 homes. Peachtree Park is an enclave of 13 quiet streets near Lenox Mall. Residents of Peachtree Park can enjoy the landscaped islands while walking, jogging, or cycling. Peachtree Park in Buckhead consists mainly of mid to early 1900s finely renovated craftsman style homes, but a smattering of newer homes can also be found. A charming Atlanta community ideally nestled between Midtown and Buckhead.
    Comments:
    If you are a buyer and do not have a real estate agent, please contact us for information regarding homes for sale in Peachtree Park. 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 homes in Peachtree Park fast for the best price. We are a full service Georgia real estate company specializing in Buckhead and Midtown neighborhoods such as Peachtree Park.

    Piedmont Heights
    Piedmont Heights
    Atlanta, GA 30324
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    Elementary school:
    Morningside
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Piedmont Park, Botanical Gardens, Beltline, Ansley Mall, Midtown, major interstates, Lindbergh Plaza, and mass transit.
    Description:
    Atlanta's Piedmont Heights neighborhood dates back to as early as 1912. Piedmont Heights is a diverse community of homes located between the neighborhoods of Ansley Park and Morningside. Piedmont Heights was once considered to be on the outskirts of town and is bounded by Piedmont Rd to the east, Monroe to the south, Flagler Ave to the west and Piedmont Circle to the north. Piedmont Heights has a strong civic association, which was formed in 1956 to help protect the neighborhood from nearby commercial development. Piedmont Heights offers a mix of efficiency apartments, single-family houses, condos, and cluster houses. Piedmont Heights has about 1,600 households and is ideally located with easy access to highways, shopping, dining, and entertainment. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Piedmont Heights. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of homes for sale in Piedmont Heights. We also represent sellers by implementing a unique marketing program that helps to sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Piedmont Heights.
    Comments:
    Piedmont Heights real estate, on average, is less expensive than Ansley Park and Morningside and is generally considered a good value.

    Pine Hills
    Pine Hills
    Atlanta, GA 30324
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    Elementary school:
    Woodward
    Middle school:
    Sequoyah
    High school:
    Cross Keys
    Local interests:
    Pine Hills homeowners enjoy having Lenox Mall, Phipps Plaza, & Buford Hwy nearby. Residents of Pine Hills also enjoy Shady Valley Park and easy access to the highway.
    Description:
    The early section of Pine Hills began in Dekalb County, but grew into Fulton County. Most of the Pine Hills neighborhood began in the 1950s and consisted of ranch style houses. However, because of the bigger lots, some newer homes have been built in the Pine Hills neighborhood in Atlanta Georgia. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Pine Hills. We can assist buyers through the buying process, including providing detailed analysis of homes for sale in Pine Hills. We also represent sellers by providing a unique Marketing campaign that helps to sell houses fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Pine Hills.
    Comments:
    When Pine Hills began to built in the 1950, Lenox Mall was open air strip mall with 60 stores, with Rich's and Davison's as anchors.

    Poncey Highland
    Poncey Highland
    Atlanta, GA 30307
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    Elementary school:
    Springdale
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Built in 1986, the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum sits in the middle of the Poncey-Highland neighborhood. Poncey-Highland was voted one of the best walking neighborhoods in Atlanta. Residents can enjoy walking through the tree lined streets or along the Freedom Park trail. Poncey-Highland residents enjoy being within close proximity to restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Interstate access is very good via Freedom Parkway.
    Description:
    Poncey-Highland is located east of downtown Atlanta, between the popular neighborhoods of Virginia Highland and Inman Park. With a population of about 1,800 - 2,000 residents, it's not a large neighborhood. Poncey-Highland offers several historic sites including Highland School Lofts (1911), Ford Factory Lofts (1916), The Clermont (1923), Historic Highland Inn (1927), The Majestic (1929), Plaza Theater (1930), Telephone Factory Lofts (1939), and Manuel's Tavern (1956). Most of the homes were built between 1910 and 1930, with some newer homes interspersed. The lots are typical intown size, about .2 to .3 acres.
    Comments:
    Contact Randall if you are interested in buying or selling real estate in Poncey-Highland.

    Sherwood Forest
    Sherwood Forest
    Atlanta, GA 30309
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    Elementary school:
    Morningside
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Ansley Golf Course, WSB Television, Ansley Mall, High Museum, Woodroof Arts Center, Rhodes Hall, and the Amtrak station.
    Description:
    Sherwood Forest is ideally located off of Peachtree, where Midtown meets Buckhead. Sherwood Forest is an unusual intown Atlanta enclave of larger than usual lots. Beginning in the late 90's, many of 1950's ranch homes on oversized lots in Sherwood Forest began to be torn down and replaced with very large new homes. Visitors to Sherwood Forest will notice the very large diversity of home sizes, with many of the prized lots backing to Ansley Golf Club. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling homes in Sherwood Forest. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing a detailed analysis of houses in Sherwood Forest. We also represent sellers by providing a unique marketing program to help sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service Atlanta real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Sherwood Forest.
    Comments:
    In 1821 the Indians ceded property which stretched from North Fulton County to Cordele, Georgia to the United States Government. That same year Meredith Collier and his twin brother Merrell arrived by oxcart from North Carolina and purchased part of this property from the government. The luxury loving Merrell settled his family in what became DeKalb County while his most austere twin, Meredith, obtained extensive holdings on Peachtree Creek down to 14th Street, an area of about 2,000 acres. Sherwood Forest is part of this land. In 1822 Meredith Collier built his house (on land that is now Sherwood Forest) alongside an old Indian trail, known today as Peachtree Street. Meredith Collier served as the first Postmaster of Terminus (now Atlanta) and the Post Office which was in his home during the 1830's was known as the "Standing Peachtree Post Office". Because the main battle for Atlanta took place north of Collier road to Howell Mill, the house survived the Civil War. Meredith Collier had two sons - Andrew Jackson Collier and George Washington Collier, know as "Wash". Wash Collier lived in the family home until his death in 1903. By 1906 the heirs had begun selling off pieces of the original trust. The first tract sold became Ansley Park and Ansley Golf Club. The last tract sold was Collier Woods. Purchased by the developer Haas & Dodd, it was developed as Atlanta's "poshest" post WWII subdivision -- Sherwood Forest! (It is also said that Ansley Golf Club hoped to purchase this tract of land to add another nine holes to their golf course, but because of a lack of funds, they were unable to do so.) The Collier house, which was part of The Sherwood Forest tract, was occupied by Mrs. Lula Collier until it was purchased in 1956. In 1951 The Sherwood Forest Civic Association and The Sherwood Forest Garden Club were organized. James C. Downing was The Civic Association's first President. There were 66 homes in Sherwood Forest at that time. The agenda at the first Civic Association meeting included the high tax assessment on the houses (in the $35,000 range), an overwhelming vote against allowing transit buses or trolleys to enter Sherwood Forest, and an address from Carl Bevins, City Traffic Engineer, on the traffic conditions and their relationship to the future growth of Atlanta.

    Virginia-Highland
    Virginia-Highland
    Atlanta, GA 30308
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    Elementary school:
    Springdale
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Virginia Highland residents enjoy close proximity to Piedmont Park, Jimmy Carter Center, Boutique shops, and eclectic restaurants. The intersection of Virginia Ave and North Highland is a mecca for shoppers, hungry diners, and walkers.
    Description:
    Virginia Highland offers a diverse mix of people, homes, and shops; making this intown Atlanta location one of the most popular in Atlanta Georgia for young professionals and active adults. Developed in the early 1900s, Virginia Highland consists of 7 distinct shopping/dining villages. Virginia Highland consists mainly of bungalow style homes, with some large estate homes, and brick apartments that have been converted to condos. Most of the homes in Virginia Highland have been renovated or added on to making this area one of Atlanta Georgia's more expensive neighborhoods in which to live. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Virginia Highland. We can assist buyers throughout the entire buying process, including providing detailed information and analysis on condos and houses for sale in Virginia Highland. We also sell homes and condos by implementing a unique local and international marketing program that helps to sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, licensed in Georgia, but specializing in intown neighborhoods such as Virginia Highland.
    Comments:
    Virginia Highland is bordered on the north by Amsterdam Avenue, the west by Piedmont park, the south by Ponce de Leon, and the east near Briarcliff.

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