At the intersection of Rock Springs and Sussex Roads in Atlanta, at Sunken Gardens Park, the historic white pillars welcome you to Lenox Park, the wooded subdivision located within the larger Morningside-Lenox Park District. Here, quiet neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, convenient shopping and restaurants, and plenty of green spaces await, easily making this one of Atlanta’s most desirable places to live.
SHOPPING, DINING, ATTRACTIONS
Intown living definitely has its advantages, and residents of Lenox Park enjoy virtually all of them. An excellent selection of shops and restaurants are located within walking distance or within a short drive, most of which are clustered along Piedmont Avenue to the west and southwest. This neighborhood is also known for its abundance of green spaces, with Lenox-Wildwood park, Sidney-Marcus Park and the Morningside Nature Reserve all close by. And the neighborhood’s central location provides easy access to other popular Atlanta spots, with downtown Atlanta and Buckhead both a few minutes’ drive away.
School-age students in Lenox Park benefit from some of the finest educational standards available in the state of Georgia, with Morningside Elementary and Inman Middle School both among the highest rated public schools. Several private schools are also convenient to this area, including Canterbury School, Cloverleaf School and Heritage Preparatory School. For higher education options, Emory University is located a few minutes to the east, and Georgia Tech a few minutes west.
HOMES IN LENOX PARK
This popular neighborhood is mainly known for its variety of historic Craftsman and Tudor-style homes, many of which have been restored, with a few newer constructions also available. Home values in Lenox Park tend toward the higher end, ranging generally from the mid-$400s to over $1million. Morningside is known for its historic homes, the majority of which were built in the 1930s and earlier, mainly of Tudor and Craftsman architecture. The popularity of this quiet Atlanta neighborhood is reflected in the home values, which are well above average for the city. Median home values sit at around $640,000, with actual home prices ranging generally from the low $500s to more than $2 million, depending on location and size.
Convenience, serenity, walkability, comfort, quality of life—these are all benefits that make Lenox Park one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Atlanta. To learn more about current availability, contact Peggy Hibbert today.
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