Welcome to Intown East
A walkable community full of historic character
Intown East includes some of Atlanta’s most charming, beautiful communities under its wide umbrella. Kirkwood, Lake Claire, Candler Park, Grant Park, and Old Fourth Ward are all Intown neighborhoods. Leafy, tree-lined streets connect years of history, architecture, and outdoor spaces.
Homes in these areas have a median listing of about $500,000 and cover a wide variety of styles. From old Victorians to New Age bungalows, these communities have something for everyone.
What to Love
- Unmatched architectural craftsmanship
- Tight-knit community
- Abundant green space including walking and cycling paths
Named for Emanuel P. Grant, a civil engineer touted as the “Father of Atlanta,” Grant Park is a charming and historic enclave—the city’s largest historic district!
This area boasts numerous outstanding shopping and dining venues. Head to Grant Park Market
for natural food shopping and catering. Gunshow
offers dim sum in an eclectic setting, while Doc Cheys
has the best noodles in town. Wet your whistle with some tequila tasting at Mezcalito’s Cocina & Tequila Bar
There are a plethora of easy ways to enjoy the great outdoors in this community. One of Grant Park’s biggest attractions—for kids and parents alike—is Zoo Atlanta
. Planning a full day of fun? Head to Grant Park
and enjoy 2.7 acres of green and playgrounds. This green space is the community’s oldest public park and continues to serve the community today. Several of Atlanta’s former citizens reside in Oakland Park
Old Fourth Ward
Surrounding the Sweet Auburn and Edgewood corridors, Old Fourth Ward is a unique historic enclave. This colorful neighborhood is home to numerous architectural styles that accommodate many lifestyles, whether you’re searching for single-family dwellings or opulent condominiums. Ponce City Market
is a shopper’s dream, with dozens of boutiques and prominent retailers. Krog Street Market
is a West-coast style market where you can walk among fresh food and produce stalls. One of this area’s most impressive sites is the Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site
, dedicated to preserving King’s civil rights past. Ponce City Market is a great place to spend a good-weather day, as is the Beltline Eastside Trail
. Head to this green space for a picnic, a bike ride, or a walk.
Lake Claire is ideally situated close to all of its Intown neighbors. Here you’ll find homes ranging from historic estates to modern mansions—Craftsman bungalows and Victorian homesteads to newer constructions. This active, upbeat neighborhood is beloved for its urban convenience and wealth of nearby amenities. The Lake Claire Community Land Trust
offers over 1.7 acres and 50 community gardens, a playground, a stage, and an amphitheater. Lake Claire Park
is an ideal spot for children.
For the pinnacle of urban Intown living, Candler Park delivers a fast-paced, community-focused atmosphere. Homes in Candler Park display the community’s rich history, from Victorian estates to Craftsman builds and modern manors. Complete with a golf course, pool, and community center, the community’s Candler Park is an impressive 55-acre city green space perfect for events and outdoor activities. Scratch golfers and beginners alike love the nine-hole Candler Park Golf Course
Intown is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- Hope Hill Elementary School
- Mary Lin Elementary School
- Grady High School