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  • 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

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