Grant Park Real Estate


Atlanta’s oldest park is now the central attraction of a bustling residential neighborhood. Grant Park, established in 1882, is one of the largest parks in Atlanta. A visit to Grant Park is going to be exciting when you discover these two amazing attractions within the park premises:

• Zoo Atlanta: This AZA-accredited animal park is famous for housing giant pandas, which are found in only 4 zoos in the U.S. There are so many attractions in this area of the park alone, so you better clear your whole day to enjoy Zoo Atlanta in all its glory!

• Atlanta Cyclorama: Relive the Battle of Atlanta through this cylindrical panoramic artwork.

Atlanta Cyclorama is a destination that you must never miss!

Did you know that you can live in a home steps away from the park? Grant Park is also the name of the neighborhood surrounding the historic park, and is itself surrounded by the neighborhoods of Ormewood
Park, Cabbagetown, Summerhill, Peoplestown, and Chosewood Park.

If you fancy living in the midst of Victorian-inspired architecture, then Grant Park should be in your shortlist of neighborhoods to live in. Prepare to be in awe of Victorian styles in the neighborhood’s mansions, cottages and bungalows scattered around the area. The neighborhood will really make you feel like you’re living amongst royals and the rich!

The regal style of houses in Grant Park lends the neighborhood to laid back and simple living. Relax in the lush greens surrounding the neighborhood, and get to know your neighbors through events organized by the Grant Park Neighborhood Association.

Food choices are aplenty in Grant Park. Take your pick from a wide array of food choices: coffee shop, bar and grill, noodle houses, Mexican restaurant, cupcakery, and so much more.

Grant Park is not only your address to a relaxing residence but also your ticket to food and entertainment attractions.

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Image “Memorial Drive at Six Feet Under, Atlanta GA” by John Phelan