Lying east of Midtown and within walking distance of Piedmont Park, affluent Ansley Park features winding streets and well-maintained homes in a diverse range of styles.
Berkeley Park is a small in-town neighborhood located in northwest Atlanta. It is bounded by Howell Mill Road on the west, I-75 on the north, Northside Drive to the east and Bishop Street on the south side
In Buckhead, Atlanta’s most prosperous and northern district, opulent high-rises and single-family homes surround a booming commercial and financial district.
In artsy, historic Cabbagetown, located in the city’s Southeast quadrant, modern lofts and local eateries intermingle with shotgun homes and restored Craftsman bungalows.
Located east of downtown and south of Ponce de Leon Avenue, walkable Candler Park features gracious homes, picturesque parks, and a lively business district.
The City of Decatur lies just east of Atlanta, where it draws families and active residents with its appealing historic homes, excellent schools, and progressive environment.
Arguably the city’s hippest neighborhood, East Atlanta, found in the Southeast quadrant, is home to an eclectic mix of shops, bungalows, and post-war homes.
Three miles east of downtown, emerging Edgewood is primarily residential in nature and well regarded for its great deals on Victorians and Craftsman bungalows.
Teeming with passionate residents and meticulously restored homes, revitalized Grant Park lies south of I-20 and surrounds Atlanta’s oldest park.
Elegant Inman Park, located two miles east of downtown, prides itself on its mix of Victorians and other classic homes, green spaces, and neighborhood charm.
Kirkwood, one of Atlanta’s easternmost neighborhoods, is known for its community focus, Victorian and Craftsman homes, and rapidly developing commercial district.
Lake Claire, located north of Kirkwood and west of Decatur, features ample green spaces, a variety of architectural styles, and welcoming, involved residents.
Little Five Points
Brimming with popular restaurants and boho businesses, Little Five Points, found in Northeast Atlanta, offers an edgy business and dining district and a collection of fine homes.
The compact, close-knit neighborhood of Loring Heights is convenient to downtown and an easy walk or ride to the amenities of Midtown and Buckhead.
In vibrant Midtown, the urban neighborhood’s well-kept homes and newly constructed lofts share space with the city’s premiere cultural and nightlife district.
Located in southwest Decatur, Oakhurst is a family-friendly neighborhood that boasts abundant Craftsman bungalows and a charming neighborhood village.
Old Fourth Ward
Perhaps the most historic neighborhood in Atlanta, the Old Fourth Ward is located one mile east of downtown and has recently flourished as a hot spot for culture and urban living.
East of Grant Park and west of East Atlanta, Ormewood Park has become increasingly popular with buyers eager to scoop up the neighborhood’s renovated housing stock.
Reynoldstown, quickly gaining a reputation as the city’s most on-the-verge neighborhood, is found in the Southeast quadrant and offers a variety of bungalows, lofts, and shotgun homes.
Highly established and beloved by its residents, Virginia Highland, located in Northeast Atlanta, features historic homes and an extensive shopping and dining district.
Located in Atlanta’s Southwest quadrant, the Historic West End attracts buyers with its growing commercial strip and affordable Craftsmans, Queen Anne Victorians, and Foursquares.
Lying west of West End and four miles from downtown, Westview offers original Craftsman bungalows, an active community organization, and an evolving neighborhood center.