Welcome to Ansley Park
Gorgeous, architecturally diverse intown neighborhood
Ansley Park is a district of Atlanta, between Midtown and Piedmont Park. When the community was founded in 1904 by Edwin P. Ansley, it was the first suburb in Atlanta designed to fit automobiles, as evidenced by its broad, winding roads. The area was purchased to become a tranquil reprieve from the bustle of city life and today continues its tradition of harmonious living by maintaining its parkland and green spaces and cultivating close-knit community friendships. The neighborhood is distinguished as a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. It is incredibly diverse from an architectural standpoint, boasting a wide range of sweeping architecture styles, from Tudor and Italianate homes to Craftsman bungalows and Federalist townhouses.
What to Love
- Homes of all styles and sizes to suit your tastes
- Plentiful parkland with an abundance of shade trees
- Central location perfect for on-the-go lifestyles
People & Lifestyle
Ansley Park is charmingly suburban, without losing an ounce of class. With its tree-lined roads and historic homes, it’s the perfect place for families looking to settle into a comfortable lifestyle. It offers proximity to a diversity of shopping and dining options, as well as top-rated schools.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Although primarily residential, Ansley Park is perhaps most appealing for its proximity to everything Atlanta offers. The town is just minutes away from Midtown, Virginia Highlands, and Downtown shopping and dining. Enjoy modern European cuisine at Ecco
in Midtown, or head to Virginia Highland for boutique shopping.
Things to Do
For a breath of fresh air, locals love Ansley Park—the community’s titular park offers many tree-lined, cobblestone paths for sunny strolling. The Ansley Country Club
offers a stunning pool, as well as sprawling golf courses. Pick up your racket for tennis, or dine at the club with family and friends. Residents in Ansley Park also benefit from close access to Piedmont Park
and Piedmont Driving Club
, a private Rees Jones, Inc. designed golf course. The nearby Atlanta Botanical Garden is an excellent opportunity for a family-friendly exploration of nature, and the Atlanta BeltLine
makes staying active easy.
Ansley Park is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- SPARK Elementary School
- Morningside Elementary School
- Grady High School