Virginia Highlands is where luxury meets convenience.
Virginia Highlands is where luxury meets convenience. Named after the intersection of Virginia Avenue and North Highland Avenue, this inner-city neighborhood is where many Atlantan’s strive to live. Within the past 10 years, local papers and magazines named Virginia Highlands Best Overall Neighborhood, Favorite Neighborhood Overall, and Best Walkable Neighborhood.
Once farmland owned by two southerners, Virginia Highlands did not become divided residential homes and streets until 1890, with commercial developments moving in almost 20 years later. Today, this inner-city section of Atlanta is best known for its trendy restaurants including , local shops at Amsterdam Walk, local yoga studios, beautiful homes, easy access to Piedmont Park, Inman Park, and Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Atlanta natives enjoy the yearly and the Tour of Homes, hosted in the Virginia Highlands area.
With an average home price of $880,000, this neighborhood is famous for its bungalows and craftsman style historic houses built in the 1910s to the 1930s. A home buyer will also find plush condominiums and townhomes. As one of the most affluent parts of Atlanta, remodeled homes and new constructions will offer all the luxuries and amenities the buyer will need.
What enhances the highly competitive real estate market in Virginia Highlands is its top-notch schools. Children in this area attend “A” rated schools: Morningside Elementary and Springdale Park Elementary, Inman Middle School, and Grady High School.
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