Sprinkled with beautfiully restored properties and luxurious redevelopments, Virginia Highlands real estate features some of the most sought-after homes in Atlanta.
Perhaps the city's most quietly-hip and sought-after address, the largely residential Virginia-Highland area has been called Atlanta's answer to New York's SoHo and Los Angeles' Melrose Avenue. Built up in the 1920s as a lower-middle income neighborhood, the two-bedroom bungalows that pepper this tree-lined corner of the near east side now fetch a quarter-of-a-million dollars and more.
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Listing Provided Courtesy Of:Weichert, Realtors - The Collective
Unit 1 - 1006 Greenwood Avenue Ne, Atlanta, GA - $1,475
Location! Location! Location! Welcome To Bloom At Va Highland! Large One Bedroom Featuring Lots Of Natural Daylight, Private Balcony, Hardwoods Floors And Spacious Closet. Renovated Kitchen And Bathroom. Eat-in Kitchen W Stainless Steel Appliance,...
Total Renovation & Expansion By Jackbilt Development In The Heart Of Virginia Highland Featuring A 2-car Carriage House With Full Bedroom & Bathroom! All Brick Construction With A Full Basement, Porte-cochere, Rocking Chair Covered Front Porch Wit...
Listing Provided Courtesy Of:Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International
1131 Los Angeles Avenue Ne, Atlanta, GA - $1,240,000
Stunning Total 2018 Renovation Of This Classic Virginia Highlands Tudor. You Will Love The Design Of This Great 6br/4b Family Home! Gourmet Eat-in Kitchen With Island, Granite, Stainless Appliances, And Ample White Cabinets. Separate Dr And Lr W/ ...
Listing Provided Courtesy Of:Keller Knapp, Inc.
Unit 1 - 898 Rosedale Road Ne, Atlanta, GA - $785,000
Wonderful Virginia Highland Home Has Oversized Level Backyard With Saltwater Pool And Perfect For Entertaining! This Is The Location For Those Seeking The Intown Lifestyle And Want Quick Access To Restaurants, Shops And Nearby Parks. Main Floor Ce...
Charming Vahi Cottage Totally Rebuilt And Expanded In 2016/17! Walk In To An Entrance Foyer Which Separates The Front Living Room From The Main Floor Guest Suite (could Even Be A Second Master!). Supersized Mudroom Off Side Entry Makes Life Easy W...
Looking For Charm And Character In Virginia Highlands? This Home Offers An Abundance Of Both. Oversized Rooms, 10-foot Ceilings, Pine Floors And Plantation Shutters Hit The Highlights. Situated On A Deep Lot And Set Back You Are Conveniently Locat...
Stunning 1918 Atkins Park Landmark Home Recently Restored To Its Original Glory By Dovetail Craftsman. Open Floor Plan, Glassed-in Study, Formal Dining, Chef's Kitchen W/lacanche & Subzero, Marble Counters & Tin Ceiling. Big Bright Rooms & Cozy No...
Listing Provided Courtesy Of:RE/MAX Metro Atlanta Cityside
Exquisite Home On One Of The Most Coveted Streets In Virginia Highland! Incredible Location: Stroll To The Beltline, Piedmont Park, Orme Park And Vahi Shops And Restaurants In Just Minutes! This Gorgeous Property, Part Of An Enormous Classic Bunga...
Listing Provided Courtesy Of:Ansley Atlanta Real Estate, LLC
Less Than A 1-minute Walk To The Atlanta Beltline And Piedmont Park! This Lovely Home Is Going To Be Where Special Memories For You, Your Family, And Your Friends Are Made. Enjoy The Local Festivals, Live Concerts, And Educational Opportunities At...
Listing Provided Courtesy Of:Real Living Capital City
Unit B - 1276 N Highland Avenue Ne, Atlanta, GA - $1,450
Great Location In The Heart Of Virginia Highland, Close To Shopping, Dining, The Beltline And Piedmont Park. Upper Unit Of A Triplex, ( Entry Is From The Back). High Ceilings, Hardwood Floors, Large Shared Deck, Small Front Screened Porch, Curved ...
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The Virginia-Highland real estate market, more commonly referred to as "the Highlands," centers on the intersection of its namesake avenues, Virginia and North Highland, and concentrates its activity around three main hubs. Other than the few square blocks directly surrounding North Highlands intersections with Virginia, Amsterdam (a half-mile to the north), and Ponce de Leon (a half-mile south), the neighborhood has remained entirely residential. The Highlands' borders are pretty well defined as Ponce de Leon Avenue on the south, Briarcliff Road on the east, East Rock Springs on the north, and Monroe Avenue on the west. Most points are within easy walking distance of the Jimmy Carter Center in Inman Park, Emory University in Druid Hills, and Piedmont Park in Midtown.
Over the past 50 years, the prevailing atmosphere has gone from staunch middle class to economically-depressed to an avant-garde reclamation phase to a solid enclave of the in-town upwardly-mobile. Today, young professional couples live alongside the older entrenched crowd that are smartly held onto their once-slumping, now-booming property over the years, with a strong gay showing thrown in the mix. Although not quite as extreme as the rarefied mansions of nearby Druid Hills (where the movie Driving Miss Daisy was filmed), the Highlands have assumed a certain snob appeal, and at least a modicum of the stern protective-ism that goes along with it.
High rents have banished the starving artist crowd to less demanding landlords downtown, and in their place have come a number of galleries, representing the city's best mix of modern and folk art in such establishments as the Eclectic Electric Gallery and Modern Primitive on Highland near Morningside. Although not as glitzy as Buckhead or Midtown, and thankfully so, shopping is a casual pleasure, and quirky boutiques like Metropolitan Deluxe, the Common Pond, and Providence Antiques draw a heavy window-gazing crowd throughout the week. Near the Virginia Avenue intersection, the dusty and deliberately quaint Highland Hardware is a familiar reminder of simpler days.
Young and middle-aged professionals mix easily with a mild influx of students from the nearby university in the Highlands' bars and restaurants. Again, much quieter and more casual than the scene in Buckhead and Midtown.
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