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  • 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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