Inman Park

Inman Park

Inman Park is nestled into a little over a quarter of a square mile and flanked by Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown.

Homes For Sale In Inman Park

New Listing - 6 days online
$465,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
2
BED
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,260
SQFT
230 Degress Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Inman Park Subdivision
New Listing - 4 weeks online
$989,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Pending
4
BED
3
TOTAL BATHS
3,332
SQFT
513 Seminole Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Inman Park Subdivision
$1,170,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
6
BED
5
TOTAL BATHS
3,162
SQFT
208 Haralson Lane NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Inman Park Subdivision
Price Change - 4 weeks ago
$569,999
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
2
BED
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,490
SQFT
219 Degress Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Inman Park Subdivision
$1,055,900
Townhouse For Sale
Active
4
BED
5
TOTAL BATHS
2,584
SQFT
Inman Park #12
49 Krog Street
Atlanta, GA 30307
$1,449,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Pending
3
BED
3
TOTAL BATHS
3,200
SQFT
403 N Highland Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Inman Park Subdivision
Price Change - 4 weeks ago
$934,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,228
SQFT
993 Albion Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Inman Park Subdivision

Inman Park History

Inman Park is nestled into a little over a quarter of a square mile and flanked by Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown. Rich in history, it was part of the battlefield in the Battle of Atlanta in 1864. Inman Park as a residential area, was planned in the 1880s by a developer who hoped to create a connection to the city by electric streetcar lines. Within a few decades, the invention of the automobile allowed more affluent residents to live in suburbs further north and Inman Park became less trendy – with its Victorian-era architecture seeming outdated. Likewise and similarly to other Atlanta neighborhoods, Inman Park was neglected during this migration, but it was Atlanta’s first intown neighborhood to gentrify beginning in the late 1960s. Now, after many decades of dedicated revitalization, Inman Park is a highly sought-after neighborhood.

Whether you look to live in this hotspot of history, architecture, and activity or just choose to visit, you won’t be short on good times in Inman Park.

What To Do

The annual Inman Park Festival attracts people from all over the city and surrounding enclaves. This two day event each Spring is a flurry of fun with arts and crafts, a Tour of Homes, kids activities, food vendors, live bands, dance performances, and its popular and entertaining parad.

Former industrial areas, such as the Atlanta Stove Works now known at the Krog Street Market, have been redeveloped and transformed into mixed-use spaces. The nightlife and restaurant scene is booming in Inman Park, adding to its appeal with young professionals. With it’s proximity on the Atlanta Beltline, Inman Park has become an even more popular destination for fun and to live.

What To Eat

  • Pure Taqueria is family friendly delicious and authentic Mexican fare.
  • Wisteria serves up exquisite American dishes with their delicately handled Southern touches
  • Rathbun’s is a powerhouse of flavor and technique. This staple in Atlanta’s restaurant scene is a no brainer for celebrations or just because.
  • The Albert – offers casual good food, plenty of libations, sports viewing and late night revelry

 

  • Kale Me Crazy
  • BeetleCat
  • Barcelona
  • Bartaco
  • Fritti
  • One Eared Stag
  • Bocca Lupo
  • Parrish
  • Inman Perk Coffee
  • Hampton & Hudson
  • Highland Bakery
  • Jack’s Pizza & Wings
  • Across The Street
  • Zuma Sushi & Saki
  • Folk Art Restaurant
  • Krog Street Market (what’s cooking in Krog)
  • Sotto Sotto
  • MF Sushi
  • Victory Sandwich Bar

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