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  • Kirkwood
    Atlanta, GA 30317
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    Kirkwood is just 5 miles from downtown Atlanta. Surrounded by fun areas filled with shopping and restaurant such as downtown Decatur, Little 5 Points, Candler Park, East Atlanta and Virginia-Highland. Kirkwood is also convenient to the airport; universities including Emory, Georgia State and Georgia Tech; and interstates including I-20 and the Downtown Connector (I-75/I-85). Best of all, it's on the MARTA east rail line, with a station in Kirkwood (East Lake Station).
    Kirkwood is an eclectic neighborhood in Atlanta combining Victorian classics with new developments. Kirkwood's convenience to downtown Atlanta, streetscape improvements, and affordable housing has resulted in a revitalization since the 1990's. Contact us for questions regarding buying or selling in Kirkwood. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing an analysis of homes for sale in Kirkwood. We also assist sellers by providing a unique marketing campaign to help sell properties fast for the best price. We are a full service Atlanta real estate company, specializing in intown neighborhoods like Kirkwood.
    Kirkwood traces its beginnings to residential development as early as the 1870s. Before the Civil War, most of the land was owned by either the Kirkpatrick or Dunwoody family. The name Kirkwood came from blending of the two names. While no one would consider Kirkwood a suburb of Atlanta today, an early tour book described it as an

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