The residents that make Capitol View their home love its proximity to downtown, midtown, and our international airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta. Bordering historic Adair Park to the north, Capitol View Manor to the east, Sylvan Hills to the south, and Historic Oakland City to the west, the neighborhood is smack in the center of the City.
Named for its view of the Georgia State Capitol building, Capitol View is filled with 1915-1925 craftsman bungalows as well as Country Victorians built before the neighborhood’s planned development and Cape Cods and Colonials erected after it. Most properties feature wide front porches and back decks looking out on spacious yards.
These days, those historic homes are attracting new residents from inside and outside the perimeter for renovations. The community’s revitalization, which began more than 25 years ago, has ramped-up significantly in recent years. Both the transformation of nearby Fort McPherson into a mixed-use development/movie studio and the Atlanta BeltLine’s development in the northern part of the neighborhood are marking significant progress in the area.
So is the Capitol View’s 50-acre park, Perkerson Park. Equipped with a splash pad, playground, 6 tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, and large picnic pavilions, it also features beautiful art and one of ITP’s only disc golf courses.
While Capitol View is still a steal, it won’t be for long. More and more people visiting the BeltLine are discovering the charm of this little known gem…don’t wait until it’s too late!
Capitol View’s Atlanta Public Schools:
- Perkerson Elementary School
- Parks Middle School
- Washington High School
- Average listing price – $192,500.00
- Median sales price – $142,500.00 (+92.2% year-over-year)