Located just minutes from downtown Atlanta, Historic Inman Park was established in 1890 by Joel Hurt as the City’s first planned community, and one of the nation’s first “garden” suburbs. Today, Inman Park continues to honor its founders vision for a community where small town living can exist just minutes from the bustle of downtown. With a strong neighborhood association that takes pride in the ongoing betterment of their neighborhood, it is easy to see why those looking for Intown Atlanta neighborhood living with a small town feel are eager to call Inman Park home.
For residents and visitors alike, one of the many draws to Inman Park beyond its beautiful parks, tree-lined streets and lovingly restored homes, is its high walkability and many choices for bicycling. A short walk can take you to the local coffee shop, eatery or Brew Pub. A longer walk can land you on Highland Avenue, for a little retail therapy, yoga class or a tasty treat at the Highland Bakery. The Eastside Trail of the Atlanta Beltline and the Freedom Parkway PATH provide excellent locations for a leisurely stroll or exhilarating bike ride. And, you can literally walk around for three days during the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes, one of Atlanta’s most popular annual festivals. It features tours of many of the neighborhood’s older Victorian styles homes, an old fashioned parade, and an extensive display and selection of vendor booths, food, music, and people watching too.
The homes in Inman Park are a mix of both large and smaller homes, most of which have been lovingly restored to their early charm. You can find impressive Victorian mansions, popular American Foursquare homes many Craftsman Bungalows, and modern condo developments mixed in.
When you are looking to buy or sell a single family home, townhouse, condo, or investment property in the Inman Park real estate market: call (877) 249-8533 Park Realty is committed to helping you meet your goals.