Situated east of Old Fourth Ward and south of Poncey-Highland, Inman Park Atlanta GA neighborhood is a great trendy place located in Intown Atlanta. Planned by Joel Hart, Inman Park was actually Atlanta’s first streetcar community In 1896. The Atlanta Journal Constitution actually gave this description of the neighborhood: “High up above the city, where the purest breezes and the brightest sunshine drove away the germs of disease, and where nature had lavished her best gifts, the gentlemen who conceived the thought of Inman Park found the locality above all others which they desired”.
“It was to be a place of homes, of pretty homes, green lawns, and desirable inhabitants. And all save those who would make desirable residents have been excluded. . . . It’s the prettiest, highest, healthiest and most desirable locality I ever saw. Everybody is friendly and neighborly. . . . And as far as accessibility it ranks second to no residence portion of the city. We have three car lines and frequent schedules.”
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Today, Inman Park is known for its beautiful architecture and houses built in the early 1900s. Most homes have been fully renovated and range in price from the mid $100,000’s up to the high $1,700,000’s. With so much history in the area, it’s no wonder that is neighborhood attracts a resident that enjoys local eateries and shops, which are scattered all over in nearby communities.
Because this neighborhood is so close to others in Intown Atlanta, such as Old Fourth Ward, Little Five Points, Virginia Highland, Poncey Highland, and more, there is always something to do! Make sure to check out year round festivals, like Annual Inman Park Atlanta Street Festival and Tour of Homes… you will be in for a treat!
At time of post, public schools in the Inman Park neighborhood are:
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