Grant Park is a historic neighborhood of Victorian homes and bungalows with a front-porch friendly feel. Home to the oldest City park in Atlanta, the 131 acre green space, Grant Park, is defined by its large old trees and mature canopy, and is also home to Zoo Atlanta. Grant Park is bordered on the north by the historic Oakland Cemetery, and its adjacent business district. The Beltline is soon coming just south of Grant Park.
Ormewood Park is a quiet, pedestrian friendly, tree lined neighborhood walking distance to the greenspace of Grant Park and the shops and restaurants of the Edgewood shopping district and East Atlanta Village. As the Beltline continues to expand through the neighborhood more housing developments are being built along it. City of Atlanta Schools serve both Grant Park and Ormewood, including Parkside Elementary, Martin Luther King Jr. Middle, and Maynard H. Jackson HS, and there are also neighborhood Charter School options.
East Atlanta is a neighborhood of bungalows and ranch style homes near the funky East Atlanta Village just three miles east of Atlanta. Known for its live music, pizza, and pub style restaurants, it has a village feel, complete with its own public library and fire department. Hidden in the middle of the neighborhood is Brownwood Park with recreational facilities and a wood chipped walking path along the creek. City of Atlanta schools include Burgess-Peterson Academy, Martin Luther King Jr. Middle, and Maynard H. Jackson HS.
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