Winnona Park Real Estate
A stone’s throw southeast corner of downtown Decatur is Winnona Park bordered by the Oakhurst community, Village of Avondale Estates, and the Forest Hills Subdivision. The entry point of Winnona Park is East College Avenue.
There are many exciting facts about this unique neighborhood apart from its proximity to other areas of interest in Decatur. It is a community with big and small treasures of its own.
• Winnona Park is prestigiously listed in the National Registrar of Prehistoric Places because of its strong architectural and historical homes which still exist today. To name a few historic landmarks, there is The Fulton House known as the oldest original home in Decatur. The Shoal Creek winding from one end of the park to the other is also a never-miss destination along with this butterfly garden and fish pond created by students located centrally in an elementary school.
• Institutions like Agnes Scott College, The Waldorf School and Columbia Theological Seminary are also erected along the main roads. That is quite a lot of options for parents to send their children to good schools.
• Apart from East College Avenue as its main entrance, Winnona Park may be reached through the Avondale MARTA rail station, or Memorial Drive south of the neighborhood.
• Retail shops, places of worship and other amenities are being enjoyed by people thriving in this neighborhood.
Having residents coming from different culture is something Winnona Park takes pride in. Although they have diverse backgrounds, lifestyles, age groups, beliefs and opinions, when they gather as a community, none of these differences hinder the joy as they work, play, exchange ideas and learn from each other. Unity in a neighborhood is very vital as it promotes peace and order, thereby giving Winnona Park a clear edge for people to consider it a residence for their families. That is one of the most important values treasured in the Winnona Park community.
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