Morningside Real Estate
If you live in Morningside, University Park, Johnson Estates, Lenox Park, Hylan Park or Noble Park, chances are you consider yourself as, simply, a Morningside neighborhood resident. Like many affluent, planned Atlanta suburbs, Morningside real estate enjoys a beautiful blend of urban conveniences and rural-like picturesqueness. Originally conceived in the early 1900’s with streetcars in mind, the Morningside are of Atlanta boasts broad streets, plenty of roadside greenery and nicely arranged park spaces.
Morningside was developed following the success of the Virginia-Highland neighborhood to its south – also envisioned as a streetcar community – and today, it offers its residents a wealth of conveniences. Clustered shopping and dining hubs; an expansive, seasonally-influenced farmer’s market; various cultural and educational opportunities; and diverse real estate ranging from classical Tudors to renovated bungalows are among the area’s highlights.
Nature lovers looking to live near Atlanta should also consider Morningside. An over 30-acre nature preserve offers multiple creeks, walking paths and a bounty of bird watching prospects.
Visit the Morningside-Lenox Park Neighborhood Association to learn more about this historically entrenched yet burgeoning metro-Atlanta community.