- Current Prices:$2,730 to $2,695,000
- Closed Prices:$3,700 to $1,459,000
- Median Sale Price:$315,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$307
- Association Fee Ranges:$0,$0 to $9036,$0 to $3780/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1890 to 2020
- Sq. Ft.:520 to 5,571Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 6Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 6Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 5+ acres
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
Old Fourth Ward is centrally located, bordered by downtown Atlanta to the west and Midtown to the north. The Beltline Eastside Trail runs along the eastern border of Old Fourth Ward, and the popular Ponce City Market is located in the northern corner of the neighborhood, above Historic Fourth Ward Park. The area is a mix of residential and commercial, allowing residents easy access to most amenities.
Once an industrial area, this neighborhood has experienced a lot of growth and redevelopment that has significantly raised property values. With its proximity to downtown and the plentiful amenities Old Fourth Ward has to offer, home prices here can be more expensive than some other inner-city neighborhoods.
Where to Eat
Old Fourth Ward offers some of Atlanta’s top restaurants and favorite cafes, along with the well-known Ponce City Market, home to a central food hall with cuisine from famous chefs, local restaurants and pop-up eateries. From wine bars to ramen, Ponce City Market offers endless options for a quick bite or a sit-down meal. Just across Ponce de Leon Avenue is Eats, a local favorite for southern comfort food in a cafeteria-style setting, known for its large portions and great prices. Staplehouse, a locally owned restaurant, offers high-end food with a strict reservations-only policy, but Old Fourth Ward residents still flock here for the atmosphere and creative dishes.
What You'll See
Old Fourth Ward attracts locals and tourists who come to the neighborhood for food at Ponce City Market, a walk on the Beltline trail, or to check out the neighborhood’s art installations and local markets. The Atlanta Streetcar runs through this neighborhood, and the area is bike friendly, dog-friendly, and very walkable. Residents of Old Fourth Ward are known for taking pride in their community and often come together for local events and festivals.
Friday Night Fun
Between Old Fourth Ward’s restaurants, bars, and entertainment, there’s plenty to do in this neighborhood at night and a reason why locals from all over the city flock to Old Fourth Ward. Ponce City Market is home to the popular City Winery, a music venue, bar and restaurant with a winery on site, and 9 Mile Station, a rooftop beer garden on the market’s top level with city views. The neighborhood is also home to theater, comedy and improv shows, cocktail lounges, music venues, art galleries, dance clubs, and late-night eateries, offering something for everyone.
The Perfect Sunday
If you’re looking for parks, picnic spots and places to walk or jog, Old Fourth Ward has them all. Central Park and Historic Fourth Ward Park sit within the neighborhood boundaries, providing greenspace, a playground, a splash pad, and a skate park, and the 200-acre Freedom Park sits directly east of the neighborhood, offering trails, art installations and open space. The Eastside Beltline Trail runs along the eastern border, providing a place for runners, bikers and walkers and connecting the neighborhood to nearby areas. The neighborhood is also home to countless festivals, including the Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival, the Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival, Taste of Atlanta, and many other music, art, food, beer and seasonal festivities.
Old Fourth Ward is a walkable and bike-friendly neighborhood, and its location between downtown and Midtown offers residents easy and accessible transportation options around the city. North Avenue Transit Station, Civic Center Station, Peachtree Center Station, and King Historic District Station all border the neighborhood, providing access to MARTA train lines and bus routes that connect residents with downtown and neighboring areas. The Beltline Trail also gives cyclists and walkers access to nearby areas, and I-85 is located just west of the neighborhood.
Plenty of amenities and things to do • Proximity to downtown and Midtown.
Locals Don't Love
Peak hour traffic.
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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