Characterized by Victorian home and tree-lined streets, Inman Park also is home to one of Atlanta’s most-anticipated annual festivals. The Inman Park Festival showcases the neighborhood’s personality with costumed performers mingling with local city council members. That spirit is reflected year round in the many community restaurants, coffee houses and bars.
Biking through Inman Park on a warm spring day is a blissfully sensory experience. As you pedal, lush canopies of trees shade you from above. Meandering streets wend you through a neighborhood that features scores of charming, Victorian-style homes. Everywhere you look, there are plants and flowers; your bike might now be bouncing a little because you’ve just turned down a cobblestone lane. You’ll wave to residents walking dogs, pushing strollers and enjoying the weather.
Such is the peace garnered from visiting this unique area of town, located minutes from downtown. Established in 1912, Inman Park is Atlanta’s first planned garden suburb, and it is evident that, from the very beginning, great attention was paid to the design of the parks and care for the trees, which are part of the very fabric of the neighborhood.
Once you find yourself on Highland Avenue, the scene will change from residential to a thriving shopping and dining district, dotted with bakeries, yoga studios, restaurants, boutiques, business centers, lofts and more. From here, you can grab a bite to eat or a quick brew, pop into some shops and hop on the Freedom Parkway PATH trail or the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine.
The character of the neighborhood is proudly displayed in the public spaces of Inman Park, including the large mural of the Inman Park butterfly, visible from the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.
Inman Park’s Atlanta Public Schools:
- Springdale Park Elementary School
- Inman Middle School
- Maynard Jackson High School
- Average listing price – $444,490.00
- Median sales price – $496,445.00 (+1.1% year-over-year)