Ormewood Park offers local attractions such as Ormewood Park Makers Festival.
Snuggled between Grant Park and East Atlanta neighborhoods, Ormewood Park has the best of three worlds. West of this quaint neighborhood sits an expansive lush park with Zoo Atlanta blocks away, the hip East Atlanta Village with some of Atlanta’s great new street artists, and direct access to Atlanta’s business district. Ormewood Park also offers local attractions such as , the popular Spoon restaurant, Little Azio’s, and the family's favorite .
Though Atlanta’s historical society is diligently preserving the southern charm in the Ormewood Park neighborhood, homeowners can find newly constructed contemporary style homes as well as Victorian architecture, ranch-style homes, and the popular craftsman home designs. Quiet tree-lined streets and the diverse middle-class and upper-middle-class households make Ormewood Park an ideal family-friendly area.
Many single-family homes in Ormewood Park will have an asking price in the high $400,000 a home buyer will also find homes upwards of $700,000- $800,000. Ormewood Park will continue to be a highly competitive housing market due to the convenience of living in-town, bordering the newly built Atlanta BeltLine, and its young professional atmosphere. Homes in this neighborhood often receive multiple offers.
Atlanta Public School District caters to residents in Ormewood Park, offering the following public and charter schools: The new Parkside Elementary, Neighborhood Charter School (K-8), King Middle School, and Maynard H. Jackson High School. All schools are highly recognized for their diversity, activities, and teacher involvement.
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