Reynoldstown

East of Cabbagetown and south of Inman Park, lies historic and diverse Reynoldstown, where many intown Atlanta first-time home buyers, single professionals, artists, and students have chosen to live alongside older residents, whose families have lived in Reynoldstown since the 1920s. As one of the first African-American neighborhoods to develop in Atlanta, Reynoldstown’s beginnings are tied to the migration of former slaves Post Civil War.


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

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Reynoldstown Real Estate Stats

Average Price $596K
Lowest Price $320K
Highest Price $900K
Total Listings 7
Avg. Price/SQFT $269

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Centrally located and on the Atlanta Beltline, this unique, intown Atlanta neighborhood is vibrant and burgeoning with urban pleasure seekers. Built around the turn of the century, many of the homes in Reynoldstown have retained their original architectural features, including homes ranging from early-20th century shotgun houses and bungalows to 21st century uber modern homes, lofts, townhouses, condos, and apartments of all shapes and sizes. Developed prior to cars and car culture, residents relied on a streetcar and public transport, thus the houses are built closer together on more modest lots, making it a more walkable community.

Between its rich history, architecturally interesting homes, and hot dining and restaurant scene along the Atlanta Beltline and Atlanta Dairies - a mixed-use retail, restaurant, and apartment development, Reynoldstown is the place to be and be seen.

In Reynoldstown you'll find:

Reynoldstown is a hip and local neighborhood that maintains its diversity along with a growing urban revitalization.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Atlanta public schools (aps):
PARKS & RECREATION:
  • Parks: Lang-Carson Park & Gateway Park
  • Arts & Culture: Several Living Walls murals can be found throughout the neighborhood along with street art in the Krog Street Tunnel
  • Favs & Festivals: Chomp & Stomp Chili Cook-Off & Bluegrass Festival
  • Shopping & Dining: shopping and dining at urban renewal projects along the evolving Memorial Drive Corridor at Atlanta Dairies and Larkin on Memorial
  • Beltline: On the Eastside Trail
GETTING AROUND:
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adjacent neighborhoods:

Inman Park, Cabbagetown, Edgewood, Ormewood Park, Glenwood Park

REAL ESTATE COLLECTION:

In Reynoldstown you'll find a mix of historic bungalows and modern homes along with a few condominiums and townhomes.

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