Reynoldstown is two miles from downtown Atlanta, catching the eye of professionals.
Once settled by freed slaves and 100% African American population, Reynoldstown was a neighborhood with railroad workers, artist, and warm southern charm sisters Madison and Sarah Reynolds valued, which is who this little area is named after.
Though Reynoldstown still has its art culture and southern charm, this highly-sought after real estate is most known for its convenience. Reynoldstown is two miles from downtown Atlanta, catching the eye of professionals who want to avoid long commutes to work. The new bisects the area north-south, allowing residents to enjoy its walkability, convenient public transportation, and biking.
Homebuyers can expect home prices from mid $500,000- $900,000. Within 15 years, home prices have increased by 44%. Buyers can expect prices to rise in Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods due to it being recognized in the National Register of Historic Places. If you are buying a home in this area you will find large condos and renovated Queen Anne, shotgun, and bungalow styled homes.
Along with luxury homes, the public schools serving Reynoldstown are highly reviewed: Burgess-Peterson Elementary, King Middle School, and Maynard H. Jackson High School all serve the community.
Catering to the empty nesters and young professionals, Reynoldstown boasts local hangouts and craft beer bars. Local residents will also see a burst of energy and market increase when the much anticipated Madison Yard opens. From dog parks to cafes including Atlanta Dairies and , this area is a homebuyers dream.
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