Grant Park

About the Neighborhood

GRANT PARK boasts a fine display of historic residences, from Victorian homes built around the time of the neighborhood’s founding in 1882 to the Craftsman bungalows of the 1920s and 1930s. In fact, together with Inman Park, Grant Park retains the largest remaining collection of Victorian architecture in Atlanta.

It’s easy to see how the neighborhood’s historic charm isn’t lost on its residents or its many visitors walking down some of Grant Park’s brick-paved sidewalks. You can’t help but feel a sense of nostalgia for the area’s past while feeling very much alive in the present.  Residents benefit from close proximity to the spacious green area and rolling hills of Grant Park, which offers playgrounds and sports fields and abundance of picnic areas adjacent to Zoo Atlanta.

Homes for sale in Grant Park offer prestige, as well as a prime location in one of Atlanta’s most historic and hippest neighborhoods. For homebuyers in search of historical and beautiful homes, Grant Park is just the place to look.

Area Highlights

Zoo Atlanta
Grant Park Farmers Market
Civil War Museum
Historic Oakland Cemetery
Grant Park Summer Shade Festival
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
Atlanta Dairies
Larkin on Memorial
The Beacon

Parks & Greenspace

Grant Park
Oakland Cemetery
Ormond-Grant Park
D.H Stanton Park
Boulevard Crossing Park
The beltline
Phoenix Park


Neighborhood Charter
Parkside Elementary
Wesley International Academy
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
Neighborhood Charter Middle School
Maynard H. Jackson High School

Grant Park Homes For Sale