Morningside Real Estate
Morningside Homes for Sale
Morningside real estate showcases some of Atlanta’s most attractive luxury homes. The continual work of the community association has reflected the care and concern residents have for this scenic area. Homes in Morningside have retained their original English Village charm. The manicured yards and careful landscaping have created a beautiful place for raising a family or relaxing in the garden.
Currently, home prices range from about $300,000 to $1,500,000 and generally sell rapidly. The sense of belonging to a place, a neighborhood, attracts those relocating from other cities as well as those who have tried the suburbs and want that “neighborhood” feel.
Morningside-Lenox Park, located in the northeast area of Atlanta, is east of Ansley Park, west of Druid Hills and north of Virginia-Highland. Morningside offers a perfect example of the power of the community association. Years ago, when a proposed highway was slated to pass right through Morningside, local residents banded together to form the Morningside-Lenox Park Association. The association defeated the highway project, and still runs strong today, helping preserve Morningside’s beautiful natural setting and close-knit community atmosphere.
For more information on available homes for sale in Morningside contact Dillard & Company at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 404-974-4478.
Morningside is part of what is now referred to as Morningside-Lenox Park area and includes a total of 3,500 households.
Development began with Morningside proper, created as in 1923 as a suburb designed around streetcars and automobiles. Later, Noble Park, Johnson Estates, and Hylan Park were developed in 1930, with Lenox Park opening the next year.
Now, of course, the area is sought-after because of its Intown location, with short commutes to business and leisure destinations in the city.
Today in Morningside most homes have been renovated from top to bottom but retain the original architectural features. A drive down any street looks like an English village with the park not very far away. The lawns are landscaped; the trees are old and stately, the sidewalks in use by kids on bikes and mothers with strollers.
Shops and boutiques are close by and the neighborhood association has its own quarterly newsletter.