- Current Prices:$219,900 to $1,900,000
- Closed Prices:$210,000 to $1,400,000
- Median Sale Price:$492,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$366
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $5040,$0,$0 to $430/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
- Age:1902 to 2021
- Sq. Ft.:676 to 5,596Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:1 to 7Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 7Bathrooms
Where to Live
Many homeowners in this community reside in single-family homes or condos. Properties in the area primarily consist of Queen Anne Victorian homes, cozy cottages, and bungalows. The area is a perfect match for homeowners who would love to live in an original home, as no two homes look alike in this area.
Home prices in Inman Park can vary quite widely. New constructions and well-maintained Victorians can top out in the million-dollar range, while the area’s condominiums are friendlier to a midrange budget.
Where to Eat
Inman Park gets high praise from foodies and you can’t really go wrong here. A few of the most popular options are Krog Street Market, Folk Art, Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall, and Kevin Rathbun Steak. To really sample everything that the neighborhood has to offer, book an outing with Food Tours Atlanta.
What You'll See
The residents of Inman Park represent many different ethical, cultural, economic, and religious backgrounds. Driven by a strong sense of community, neighbors frequently get together to socialize at block parties or plan the neighborhood’s future. The area is primarily residential, but there is plenty of street art to enjoy as you head toward the business district. The Krog Street Tunnel is painted with vibrant murals both inside and out.
Friday Night Fun
Inman Park is one of the best spots in Atlanta to eat, shop, and entertain friends and family. To the west is Krog Street Market, a popular retail and restaurant hub within a restored warehouse built in the 1920s. Along North Highland Avenue NE, you’ve got swanky gastropubs and bars such as Barcelona Wine Bar. And just northeast of the neighborhood, there’s the famous Little Five Points with offbeat destinations like The Vortex.
The Perfect Sunday
In this historic and scenic community, a simple stroll through the neighborhood is a great way to kick off any day. Residents enjoy stopping by the community parks to see what items local vendors are selling. Surrounded by serene landscaping and filled with presidential artifacts, the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is a great place to explore history or relax outdoors.
Residents of Inman Park can access MARTA trains and buses from the Inman Park-Reynoldstown Transit Station. Inman Park is also very walkable and bike-friendly thanks to the many markets, stores, and restaurants surrounding the neighborhood’s residential core. The Eastside Beltline Trail runs along Inman Park’s northwest border, providing pedestrians and bikers with a safe route to Midtown, Reynoldstown, and everywhere in between.
Impressive, historically preserved properties • Quiet residential area surrounded by food and fun • Convenient location with MARTA access.
Locals Don't Love
Influx of street traffic during peak hours • High cost of living.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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