Guides

  • Morningside

    Morningside is a neighborhood of homes in the northeast quadrant of Atlanta. Its borders are roughly defined by Cheshire Bridge Road and the Seaboard Railroad line on the north; the…

  • Virginia Highland

    The Virginia Highland neighborhood is one of homes, shopping, restaurants and watering holes. While we certainly enjoy all those things, what interests us most about the neighborhood is the wide…

  • Midtown

    Midtown Atlanta stands alone in the Southeast as a true urban environment, complete with spectacular parks, museums, restaurants, nightlife and housing opportunities ranging from full-service, boutique high-rise condo buildings to…

  • Buckhead

    Buckhead is the ultimate city within a city! Home to some 43 neighborhoods all by itself, its boundaries cover more housing, retail, and “playtime” venues than any other part of…

  • Decatur

    The city of Decatur itself has a comprehensive web site that is the perfect starting point for learning about the Decatur area. The city prides itself on the diversity of…

  • Lake Claire

    Several years ago, there was a momentary plague of bumper stickers urging us to “Ski Lake Claire!”  While there may indeed be a 4.7 acre Lake Claire Park (a green…

  • Inman Park

    Inman Park is Atlanta’s first planned community and one of the nation’s first garden suburbs.  Developer Joel Hurt built it in the late 1800’s and donated the land for Springvale…

  • Grant Park

    Grant Park is a nationally recognized historical district, chock full of sites such as Zoo Atlanta, the Cyclorama, and Oakland Cemetery, where local figures such as Margaret Mitchell are buried.…

  • East Lake

    New homes co-mingle with older bungalows and Tudor cottages in this most eastern of Atlanta’s neighborhoods.  Bounded by Pharr Road and other streets (the Oakwood and Kirkwood communities) on the…

  • Kirkwood

    We are now south of DeKalb Avenue and the Georgia Southern Railroad. Bordered on the west by Rogers Street, on the south by Memorial Drive, and on the east by…

  • Edgewood

    Just 3 miles east of Downtown Atlanta, Edgewood is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Atlanta for affordable housing and is an area undergoing great renovation!  The neighbors have organized…

  • Avondale Estates

    Avondale Estates, just east of Decatur, has a lot going for it as well. It too started life as a streetcar suburb like its neighbors to the west. At that…

  • Downtown

    The heart of downtown Atlanta is the only section of Atlanta that still shows some traces of urban architecture of the 19th century — long before the advent of expressways…

  • Druid Hills

    Historic Druid Hills is an oasis in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its park-like setting, wooded lots, and graceful curving roads are in sharp contrast to the automobile sprawl found in…

  • Candler Park

    Originally the city of Edgewood, established 1890, its citizens voted in 1908 to become part of Atlanta. The map above covers the Candler Park area, bounded by Clifton Road on…