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Virginia Highlands
Harboring one of the most vital and vibrant community in town Virginia Highlands has become the prime choice of artists and young professionals in search for a place where getting fresh papers and coffee in the morning, buying flowers, strolling to the park and fine dining is right next door. With architecture dating back to the early 1900’s, the homes in the Virginia Highlands are highly sought after. Its woodsy, tree-lined streets create a quiet stream of joggers, people walking their dogs, young parents out for a stroll, graduates of nearby Emory University working on their papers, and other denizens who love the respite of 185 acres of grassy hills and trails of nearby Park and Piedmont Park.
Opportunities to leave the car at home are rare in Atlanta, but not in Virginia Highlands.
Walk to one-of-a-kind restaurants, bars and cafes like the acclaimed Murphy’s, the Highland Tap, the Limerick Junction and the state-wide famous blues’ hub Blind Willies. Go for a longer stroll on North Highland and you will reach Babette’s Café, Sotto Sotto and Fritti, voted among the finest dining experiences in Atlanta. Visit art galleries, independent bookstores, and boutiques. Grab your sunglasses and a blanket, walk to the park, and enjoy outdoor movies during the free movie festival Screen on the Green, the Arts Festival, and the many summer concerts like Music Midtown the Atlanta Jazz Festival, the Dogwood Festival and Virginia-Highland’s own Summer Festival, when Virginia Avenue is closed to vehicular traffic for three days of music and arts and craft exhibits, that make Virginia Highlands one of the best in-town neighborhoods in Atlanta. Got household errands to run? Kroger, Publix, Market One, CVS, Eckerd, Bank of America, Blockbuster, the Home Depot, Barnes and Noble, Pet’s Mart, the amazing Whole Food store, and two movie theaters are close by. Late in the evening, Après Diem – a European bistro and coffeehouse will carry you into a friendly and exotic atmosphere reminiscent of so many European capitals. Want to shoot pool with your girlfriend? Dupree is a hustle-free place to kickback and have fun. In the neighboring Morningside, Alon’s bakes some the most amazing breads and pastry in the city – the perfect destination for Sunday late risers. At the nearby Italian Gelato place, Paolo will entertain you with his stories and tease your palate with dozens of natural flavors, and if you want to really indulge, get a facial at Key Lime Pie – you will never forget the experience.
And how not mention the parade of neon signs on Ponce de Leon, with its mandatory late night stops, the original Krispy-Crème donut bakery and the Majestic Plaza, an inexpensive late-night eggs, bacon and hash-brown heaven with a waiting staff as institutional as the walls themselves. Rentals in Virginia-Highlands are more common than in other neighborhoods. Home prices vary from $350,000 to $750,000. However, the older homes at the best locations are in high demand. Want to find out more? Get a free copy of Atlanta Intown by visiting or go to Atlanta’s section