The Kirkwood Historic District, which includes 1,788 contributing buildings and homes, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Given it was the site of the start of the “Battle of Atlanta”, it has certainly earned that designation. 

Enjoy a virtual stroll through the neighborhood by scrolling through these images and see what it's like to live in Kirkwood. Learn more about this fantastic intown neighborhood below.

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Kirkwood Real Estate Stats

Average Price $725K
Lowest Price $525K
Highest Price $899K
Total Listings 4
Avg. Price/SQFT $330

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Local residents of this charming, self-sufficient enclave of Atlanta call it “the small town in the big city”. Bordered by East Atlanta, Edgewood, and Decatur, this community’s heart lies in the tight-knit community that looks out after one another. Community building in Kirkwood may begin between the porches of the many bungalows, cottages, and new homes, but the thriving Kirkwood Business District, teeming with restaurants, coffee shops, bars, retail shops is where it truly gains momentum. Residents and visitors actively participate in and play active roles in hosting many festivals and events, such as the Kirkwood Wine Stroll and Lanta Gras, a community outreach and festive, family-friendly parade and event that fosters community through music.

Between its close proximity to Atlanta, its small-town but progressive feel, up-and-coming schools, affordable new construction, as well as a bounty of historic homes, it’s easy to see why Kirkwood is a place where young, down-to-earth professionals choose to live and call home.

In Kirkwood you'll find:

Kirkwood is a charming, historic neighborhood with a small-town feel and a central business district in the eastside of Atlanta.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Atlanta public schools (aps):
  • Parks: Bessie Branham Park, Gilliam Park, Coan Park, Adair Park, Kirkwood Urban Forest, and Community Garden
  • Shopping & Dining: plentiful shopping and dining along Hosea Williams, Hosea + 2nd, and in the Pratt Pullman District. Big-box shopping is nearby at the Edgewood Retail District 
  • Local favs & Festivals Kirkwood Spring Fling & Tour of Homes, Lanta Gras Parade & Festival, Pet Party in the Park, Juneteenth, Kirkwood Wine Stroll, 
  • Interstate access to I-20
  • Nearest MARTA train station: East Lake Station (blue line)
adjacent neighborhoods:

Edgewood, City of Decatur, Lake Claire, East Atlanta, East Lake


In Kirkwood, you will find historic homes, modern & craftsman homes along with some condos and townhomes

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