Welcome to Virginia Highlands
Home to dozens of restaurants and local watering holes, this highly sought-after neighborhood is filled with tree-lined streets and is home to some of the most stunning historic English Tudors and Craftsman bungalows in Atlanta.
Upscale professionals, young families, empty nesters and a few artists and recent college grads speckled into the mix.
The restaurants, live music, walking everywhere, parks, festivals, pet-friendly businesses, historic homes, sense of community.
Piedmont Park, Atlanta Beltline, Emory University, Downtown Atlanta, Ponce City Market and easy access to interstate.
Single family homes range between $400K and $2.5M.
Located in between Midtown Atlanta and Druid Hills, this Intown Atlanta community has a hip, upper class reputation and is Atlanta’s most popular neighborhood for shopping, dining and nightlife. Locals and tourists alike mingle for brunch at charming sidewalk cafés and coffee shops, enjoy cocktails and live music at lively night spots, and world-class cuisine at the Virginia Highlands restaurants.
Virginia Highland residents love living in the heart of it all (truly!). Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Beltline are just a short walk or bike ride away, shopping at the new Ponce City Market and several big box stores are less than a five minute drive and for commuters, Downtown Atlanta, Buckhead, Emory University and the interstate also just a short drive away.
The demand for Virginia Highlands real estate is greater than ever, as home buyers seek the feeling of a tight-knit community with great schools, an active neighborhood association, annual events and easy access to almost everything Atlanta has to offer!
VAHI Neighborhood News & Real Estate Trends
Take a tour around Virginia Highlands
The heart of Virginia Highlands is actually the intersection between North Highland Avenue and Virginia Avenue. Dozens of shops, boutiques, pubs and upscale restaurants surround this intersection and you’ll usually see lots of people walking with their dogs and/or strollers or sitting out on the patios of the local cafes. This Intown Atlanta neighborhood has won numerous “Best Neighborhood” awards over the years and there is so much we want to share with you, so stay tuned for more information about Virginia Highland schools, parks, best brunch spots, best patio restaurants and annual festivals! In the meantime, take a look around….