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Located east of Midtown is the Ansley Park community. Ansley Park is an upscale residential neighborhood of Atlanta and is also a historic district. The neighborhood acts as an oasis for residents looking to get away from the big, busy city of Atlanta. Homes in the area are masterfully constructed, and beautifully structured landscapes provide the perfect backdrop.
Diverse in style and scale, the houses in the district represent a full range of eclectic and contemporary suburban architecture. These styles include Colonial, Federal, Neo-Classical, Italian Renaissance, Queen Anne, and Tudor styles, as well as Prairie School and Craftsmen bungalows. As for scale, houses range from one-story cottages to two-story houses to three-story mansions and larger apartment buildings. The grander buildings are mostly situated on the larger lots along primary streets, at major intersections or overlooking parks. Smaller houses are located on narrow lots along secondary streets. The single exception to the residential architecture is the First Church of Christ Scientist building at the corner of Peachtree and Fifteenth streets. Built in 1913, the church is a centrally planned Neo-Classical building with a pedimented Corinthian portico. Today, Ansley Park continues to be a middle- to upper-class neighborhood in Midtown Atlanta.
Explore the exhilarating Ansley Park neighborhood.
A National Register Historic District, Ansley Park was developed in 1904 as an “automobile suburb” and has evolved into the prestigious and popular neighborhood it is today. The winding, tree-lined streets of Ansley Park are graced with Classic Tudor, Italian Renaissance, Federal and Colonial style homes.
Ansley Park Zip Code – 30309
Average Single-Family Home Sales Price – $1,243,776 (2017)
Providing a year-round calendar of cultural activities, the prestigious Woodruff Arts Center campus, which includes the Alliance Theatre, High Museum of Art and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, is located on the edge of the neighborhood.
Shopping, dining and nightlife options are plentiful with Ansley Mall, Atlantic Station and the Virginia Highland area all nearby.
Located within the Atlanta Public Schools system, the Ansley Park neighborhood is zoned for the following public schools:
Information about private school options in the area can be found here.