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Grant Park is the 12th most affordable part of Atlanta we looked at, with a modest median home value of 4,931.
Amenities aren’t as convenient or plentiful here as in Poncey-Highland, earning this neighborhood a 16th place berth in that category.
The relative lack of amenities actually located in Oakland City brought it down a bit, placing 21st in terms of convenience with just 90 stores, restaurants, and other options within one mile of neighborhood center.
Dating back to the late 1800s, Inman Park offers a mixture of affordable family homes and multi-million-dollar houses.
Don’t let the name fool you—while it was at one point its own city, this neighborhood has since been absorbed by Atlanta proper.
Of all the neighborhoods in our top 10, Oakland City has the lowest median home value, ,652, and is the fourth most affordable overall based on the median household income of residents.
It may be very affordable, but that comes at a price: amenities.
Ormewood Park ranked 20th out of 32 for the number of options within one mile, including favorites such as Morelli’s Gourmet Ice Cream and Gunshow (a great eatery, not what the name suggests). The Sandtown area of Atlanta was the most affordable we found, with the second-lowest median home value at 6,814.
It ranks third overall for the number of amenities within one mile—no surprise to anyone who’s seen the myriad shopping and entertainment options it has to offer, from Mary Mac’s Tea Room to the Vortex.
Everyone wants to get the best value for their money, no matter what they’re buying. What you probably wouldn’t expect is that this neighborhood is actually surprisingly affordable (you pretty much have to be in the market for a condo, however) and safe.
This is especially true when it comes to the single biggest financial decision in most people’s lives: buying a home. In terms of the former, the ratio of median household income (,650 annually) to median home value (9,188) is in the middle of the pack, while its low number of crimes compared to many other neighborhoods in Atlanta makes it one of the safest we looked at.
Morningside-Lenox Park is safer than Grant Park (tied for first versus 13th), but also slightly less affordable—19th overall.
The median home value here is the second-highest in our top 10 at 1,562.