Little Five Points
Established in the early 1900s as the commercial district for the adjacent Inman Park and Candler Park neighborhoods, Little Five Points is one of Atlanta’s most eclectic and distinct neighborhoods. With its Bohemian chic and vintage stores, its natural food markets, and growing offering of unique restaurants, breweries and bars, Little Five Points has become an Intown Atlanta neighborhood in high demand for those wanting a unique area to live, work, play, and people watch.
Although relatively compact, running mainly along Euclid Avenue and part of Moreland Ave, Little Five Points is an Intown neighborhood bustling with creative energy and experiences that shouldn’t be missed. From theatrical productions at the 7 Stages Theatre to musical performances at the Variety Playhouse and local bars, the neighborhood attracts both national and international talent. It also provides a diverse offering of street art seen on local buildings and sidewalks, and street performers reciting poetry, jamming, and even juggling.
Much like the flavor of its retail area, the home styles in Little Five Points are also eclectic and distinct. Home styles range from post-Civil War Era Victorian homes to restored bungalows. They also include older building conversions and new construction for condos and apartments. Prices continue to rise as demand for Intown Atlanta real estate remains high.