Located in the heart of a busy commercial district, Virginia Highland is consistently one of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods. Virginia Highland real estate ranges from luxurious contemporary homes, to historic houses from the early 20th century.
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Located in the heart of a busy commercial district, the Virginia Highlands are consistently one of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods. Virginia Highlands real estate ranges from luxurious contemporary homes, to historic houses from the early 20th century. With plenty of dining and entertainment options, the neighborhood has a lot to offer.
Established in the early 20th century, this beloved historic neighborhood is named for the intersection of Virginia Avenue and North Highland Avenue where the area’s residential and entertainment districts converge. Homes in Virginia Highlands are sought-after by fans of the neighborhood’s modest century-old bungalows, cottages and charming Tudor style homes.
Virginia Highland Zip Code – 30306
Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $889,047 (2017)
Some of Atlanta’s most-popular restaurants and bars are found in the Virginia Highlands, including Atlanta’s oldest continuously operating restaurant – Atkins Park, which was established in 1922. The area’s proximity to the Morningside, Poncey Highland and Midtown neighborhoods provide additional options for dining, shopping and entertainment including the popular Ponce City Market.
Bordered by the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail and Piedmont Park, The Virginia Highlands also features several smaller parks scattered throughout the neighborhood offering an abundance of choices for enjoying outdoor activities.
A variety of cultural activities can be found a few minutes away at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, a thriving non-profit community art center. In addition, the nearby Fernbank Museum of Natural History offers up the world’s largest dinosaur and Atlanta’s biggest movie screen!
Located within the Atlanta Public Schools system, the Virginia Highland neighborhood is zoned for the following public schools:
Information about private school options in the area can be found here.