Grant Park Atlanta Real Estate
Want to search for real estate and homes for sale in Atlanta's Grant Park neighborhood? You've come to the right place. One of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, this nationally recognized historic district includes a 131-acre green space and recreational area, and the residential neighborhoods surrounding it. Victorian-era mansions and small cottages, early 20th-century bungalows and many brick paved sidewalks characterize the neighborhood as well as popular sites such as Zoo Atlanta, the Cyclorama, and the Oakland Cemetery.
Not only is Grant Park known for its history, it is also known for its family-friendly environment and simple living attitude. Grant Park has its own charter school and neighborhood association, which strives to promote and strengthen the neighborhood. They also host several fantastic events throughout the year.
Located just a few miles southeast of Downtown Atlanta, a large portion of Grant Park is to the south of Interstate 20, but a small portion of the neighborhood sits between I-20 and Memorial Drive (right next to Cabbagetown!).
The streets surrounding Grant Park are Cherokee, Boulevard, Atlanta Avenue, Park, and Sydney. Other popular streets include Berne, Delmar, Oakland, Georgia, and Confederate. Victorian-style homes and Craftsman bungalows are abundant on Orleans, Broyles, Ormewood, Rosalia, and Confederate. More coming soon!
Homes in this culturally rich area are very much sought after, as Grant Park real estate is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in terms of investment and livability in the Atlanta area. Homes in Grant Park (zip code 30312) range in price from $300,000 for a fixer-upper over $1.0 million for a fully restored historic home on the park.
The Victorians, four-square and 1920s Craftsman bungalow homes often sell for more than the properties on the outskirts of the neighborhood. New or newer Craftsman homes typically sell between $375,000 and $650,000. If your budget is under $350K, you may want to consider homes in the 30315 zip code (right next to the Grant Park neighborhood). There are some charming homes in this area near the Beltline trail - but the prices keep rising, so act quickly when you find one you like!
Thinking of selling your Grant Park home, but aren't sure if it's the right time to list and get top dollar? We would be honored to talk with you about the pros and cons of listing your home in the current real estate market. We'll help you with the current value of your home, staging tips and anything else you need to make an informed decision.
If you do decide to sell your home, we will bend over backward to ensure that every local real estate agent and potential home buyer knows about your wonderful home. Our Grant Park real estate specialists partner with top-notch real estate photographers, home staging consultants and a graphic designer that will make your home shine, online and off. We'll launch a unique social media campaign for your home, create a custom website and print materials to highlight all of your home's best assets. Call us today and we'll also show you how our marketing helped more than 70% of our clients get multiple offers on their home in 2017 and 2018!
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If you want to purchase a home in the Grant Park area, know you'd be in good (local) hands with the Urban Nest team. Many of our agents live, work and (regularly) play in Grant Park and love helping home buyers with their search a historic home. We've even created special searches for Victorian-era homes, Craftsman bungalows, and quaint cozy cottage. If there is a particular home style you are interested in and don't see it here, please let us know and we'll get the information to you asap!