Finding the right neighborhood is a crucial part of the homebuying process, and for some buyers, it is the most important element of their search. It turns out the old real estate cliche “Location, location, location!” really does ring true.
But what makes a great neighborhood? For some, this means close proximity to work or school, high walkability scores, and easy access to public transportation. Families with school-age children tend to want to buy in areas with the best school districts. For many, a neighborhood’s ambience or “feel” is extremely important, while other buyers place a premium on personal preferences such as a love of historic homes or the need to be part of a thriving art community.
These are some are my favorite intown neighborhoods. There is no definitive definition “Intown,” but it is generally understood that Intown refers to Atlanta neighborhoods inside I-285 (“the Perimeter”.) Click on the name of the neighborhood below to learn more and view current homes for sale.