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ANSLEY PARK, was developed by Edwin Ansley in 1904 with the design being inspired by the era's leading landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmstead. A great deal of attention was paid to the landscaping, large setbacks, and the many miles of curved streets. Elegant homes in this beautiful shaded setting stand witness to great urban design. It is fitting that Ansley Park, one of the cities first garden suburbs should have boundaries that begin across the street from the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Well-maintained homes built mostly from 1900 to the late 1930's are situated on hilly and heavily wooded lots. There are a variety of home styles from Victorian to Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie School and some multifamily, however grand traditional Georgian and Tudor styles are predominate. Home prices range from the high $400,000's to luxury estate homes over $4 Million. This is one of the finest and most prestigious residential areas in Atlanta. Because of its location, within walking distance to the Arts Center, and close proximity to Piedmont Park, the cities largest park, and two private clubs, The Ansley Park Golf Club and the Piedmont Driving Club, Ansley Park is highly sought after by both young professionals and native Atlantans alike. The Ansley Park Civic Association sponsors neighborhood activities and a community newspaper. Zip Code 30309.
Ansley Park - Atlanta Luxury Homes For Sale - $400K to $3.8 million
GRANT PARK, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods is situated around Grant Park, home to two well known Atlanta landmarks, the Atlanta Zoo and Cyclorama. The area has seen many homes renovated over the last 10 years and still offers opportunities for those interested in renovating historic homes. Streets near the park are lined with restored Victorian homes, but most homes are frame bungalows priced from about $150,000. for un-restored properties. Because of Grant Park's close proximity to downtown, the area has recently seen a dramatic increase in demand for housing. Zip Code 30312.
Grant Park - Atlanta Homes For Sale - $400K to $1.4 million
INMAN PARK, was developed in the 1880's as one of the nation's first planned communities, and one of its first garden suburbs. Inman Park and Ansley Park were the first suburban developments in Atlanta. One of the countries first street car systems was formed in Inman Park to transport affluent inhabitants to their offices downtown. Most homes in Inman Park are large Victorian, Colonial, and Classic Revival with some smaller brick or frame bungalows as well. Restored Victorians can easily exceed $1.4 million, while un-restored bungalows may be found in the $100,000's to mid $200,000's. Zip Code 30307.
Inman Park - Atlanta Luxury Homes For Sale - $500K to $1.7 million
LITTLE FIVE POINTS, located next to Inman Park, the area derived its name from the meeting of five major streets in its business district. The area consists mostly of 1920's bungalow style homes which have been popular with young professionals for restoration. This is a colorful area with sidewalk cafes and restaurants and a neighborhood theater that give it an "artsy" atmosphere. Little Five Points Homes for sale are priced ranging from about $150,000 to over $1,000,000.
MIDTOWN, as the name suggests, Midtown lies approximately midway between Downtown Atlanta to the south and Buckhead to the north. Midtown is the cultural center of the city and is home to the Fox Theater, the Woodruff Arts Center, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, the High Museum of Art, Piedmont Park, the Atlanta Ballet and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Midtown has undergone a massive urban renewal and has many great restaurants, pubs, shops, and nightclubs. With the recent development of high-rise and mid rise condos, loft conversions and townhomes, and renovated historic residences, Midtown has become a popular place to live, and not just an entertainment destination. The neighborhoods of Midtown proper are located south of Ansley Park, west of Virginia Highlands, and north of the Old Fourth Ward. Midtown homes for sale and condos come in a range of prices from about $250,000 to $300,000 to well over $1,400,000. Zip Codes 30307, 30309.
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MORNINGSIDE, located in Fulton and Dekalb counties, is only minutes from downtown and has a diverse blend of cultures and ages. The homes are mostly well-kept Tudor and Jacobean revival styles, many with exceptional brickwork, and even a few Spanish and contemporary homes. There are a variety of well-known restaurants, coffee shops, and stores for residents. There are several small parks in the area and several Atlanta public schools are nearby. A very popular area, the prices of homes have escalated over the last few years with the majority in the $450,000 to $650,000 range. The Morningside Association sponsors festivals, block parties, and activities. Zip Codes 30306,30324.
Morningside - Atlanta Luxury Homes For Sale - $400K to $2.5 million
VIRGINIA HIGHLANDS, gets its name from the intersection of Virginia and N. Highland Avenues, and could be described as Atlanta's "Greenwich Village". This "in" part of Intown is a fun potpourri of popular restaurants, hip boutiques, sidewalk cafes, bookstores, small antique and art shops and several of the cafes feature live music on weekends. Homes are mostly renovated brick bungalows and brick Tudor homes built in the 1920's and 1930's which are popular with young professionals as well as young families, and feature hardwood floors, carved moldings and large fireplaces. Prices range from the high $400,000's to in excess of $1,500,000. Zip Code 30306.
Virginia Highlands - Atlanta Luxury Homes For Sale - $500K to $1.2 million+