Grant Park

grant park

Home to Atlanta’s oldest public park, the Grant Park neighborhood was named for Lemual P. Grant, a civil engineer considered to be the “Father of Atlanta.” Recognized for its eclectic mix of homes ranging from ornate Victorian and Queen Anne mansions to Shotgun and Craftsman style bungalows, the Grant Park neighborhood is also known for its namesake park which is home to the Atlanta Zoo. Grant Park is the largest historic district in Atlanta, which limits new construction to only structures that conform to the character of the old neighborhood. Access to the BeltLine, East Atlanta and Downtown are just a few of the reasons Grant Park remains such a highly desirable neighborhood.

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $461,995 (2017)

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Data Last updated on January 30, 2023 10:00pm