Metro Atlanta is comprised on many diverse communities. Below are just a few that are “inside the perimeter (I-285 that circles Atlanta)” while there are many more that are in the 28 counties of Metro Atlanta and those “outside the perimeter”.
Click on the button below for additional information on some of those communities and a link to search the homes in that area. If you see anything you like, and would like a private showing, please give me a call and I will be happy to show it to you.
|Atlanta provides buyers homes that are as diverse in architecture as they are in price. Atlanta has remained one of the top convention sites in the U.S. and has its own major league teams and renowned universities.|
|Brookhaven is the location of many of luxury homes in Atlanta and is home to the Capital City Country club. It was actually the first country club community in the Atlanta area.
|Buckhead is where the old south money meets the new generation professional wealthy. Known for its stately mansions and it is a hub for entertainment and shopping.
|Chastain Park is actually a 260 acre park that includes an ampitheatre, ball fields, swimming, walking paths and a golf course. Many entertainers give concerts there during the spring and summer. www.chastainpark.org|
|Decatur is the county seat for Dekalb county, which is one of the largest populated counties in Georgia. Emory University is located in Decatur as well as the Center for Disease Control, which is the only Federal Agency outside of Washington.|
|Druid Hills is a great representation of early 20th century homes that demonstrate the architecture of the period. You will enjoy the annual tour of homes.
|Grant Park is the largest historic neighborhood in Atlanta and has seen a revival of homes being restored and new residents moving in. Atlanta Cyclorama, Zoo Atlanta are in the area.
|Inman Park was the location for the first streetcar line in Atlanta. There are many restored Victorian homes in the area and was the first planned suburb in Atlanta.
|Kirkwood has many historic homes that are being renovated, but it also has many new homes that are in line with the classic architecture but provide modern living.
|Midtown is the home of the High Museum of Art, Woodruff Arts Center, Symphony Hall, and the Botanical Gardens, Fox Theatre and Piedmont Park. Midtown is the cultural heart of the city.
|td>||Ormewood is like many of the intown neighborhoods that are being restored and bringing new homeowners and pride to the neighborhood, making this a great place to live.
|Piedmont Park is the second-oldest public park in the Atlanta Area and a very popular gathering place for Atlantan’s since it is closed to traffic.
|Virginia Highland is a very desireable neighborhood intown Atlanta. There are many unique shops and restaurants that draw visitors from miles away.|
|Westside or West End is still in the process of restoration. It is home to Wren’s Nest, Westview Cemetary, and Atlanta University Center Complex of six historic black colleges and universities.