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  • Morningside
    Morningside
    Atlanta, GA 30306
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    Elementary school:
    Morningside
    Middle school:
    Inman
    High school:
    Grady
    Local interests:
    Emory University, Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park, Midtown, and Downtown.
    Description:
    Morningside was developed in 1923 with about 3,500 Craftsman, Tudor, English cottage, midcentury ranch, and French country style homes. Morningside is laced with parks, sidewalks and winding boulevards; so it's a wonderful place to walk. Morningside is one of Atlanta Georgia's more exclusive neighborhoods. within walking distance to shopping, restaurants, parks, and nightlife. Also includes the neighborhoods of Lenox Park, University Park, Noble Park, Johnson Estates, and Hylan Park. The Morningside neighborhood enjoys a very strong community association called Morningside Lenox Park Association, which was formed in the 60's to prevent I485 from going through the heart of Morningside. Contact us for assistance buying or selling in Morningside. We can assist buyers by providing detailed information regarding homes for sale in Morningside. We can also assist sellers by implementing an extensive marketing campaign to help sell homes fast at the best price.
    Comments:
    In 1821 Creek Indians ceded their land to the State of Georgia. Some settled in Easton, a farming community on the edge of Morningside at the intersection of Piedmont Road and Monroe Drive. In 1923, two real estate agents built eight homes in Morningside. They advertised 70-foot wide paved street frontage, Murphy beds and a servants' toilet in the basement. Morningside experienced an influx of residents after the city annexed the area in 1925. 18 stone and brick monuments prominently mark entrances to the Morningside neighborhood.

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