Beltline Area Inman Park Listings

What makes Atlanta’s intown neighborhood of Inman Park unique? To begin with its Atlanta’s oldest suburb. It was developed in the 1880’s by Joel Hurt a civil engineer and real-estate developer whose intent was to create a rural oasis connected to the city by the first of Atlanta’s electric streetcar lines and laid out based on his insistence it have larger lots with curving streets and several parks. The East Atlanta Land Company acquired and developed more than 130 acres east of the city and Hurt named the new suburb for his friend and business associate, Samuel M. Inman.

The Atlanta Constitution in 1896 grandly described Inman Park:

“High up above the city, where the purest breezes and the brightest sunshine drove away the germs of disease, and where nature had lavished her best gifts, the gentlemen who conceived the though of Inman Park found the locality above all others which they desired. It was to be a place of homes, of pretty homes, green lawns, and desirable inhabitants. And all save those who would make desirable residents have been excluded…” “It’s the prettiest, highest, healthiest and most desirable locality I ever saw. Everybody is friendly and neighborly. There are no negroes and not a single objectionable inhabitant. And as far as accessibility it ranks second to no residence portion of the city. We have three car lines and frequent schedules,

Today, modern Inman Park is among the closest intown neighborhoods to downtown Atlanta. The Atlanta Beltline runs right through this neighborhood providing direct or close by access for most of this neighborhood’s homes. Many older victorian and turn of the century bungelows make up the diverse housing stock. Many newer homes are peppered throughout the surrounding area and a range of affordable condominiums are also available in Inman Park as well as in the bordering neighborhoods. Also during the last full weekend in April each year, Inman Park proudly presents a neighborhood festival widely regarded as Atlanta’s most spirited and eclectic. The 2015 Spring Festival will be the 44th for Inman Park and includes a Tour Of Homes. The House Tour Preview will be Friday, April 24 (Noon – 4:00pm), and  the Festival on April 25 and 26, 2015 (Noon – 6:00pm). If access to shopping and restaurants via walking and biking are import to your lifestyle, then Inman Park is a neighborhood you’ll want to explore. Below is a complete listing of homes and condos currently available for sale in Inman Park.

 

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