Over 1,600 make up the neighborhood of Piedmont Heights bordered by Piedmont Road, the abandoned railroad bed, and I-85. Whether you are searching for a funky loft warehouse conversion, a charming single family home, or a newly developed condo complex, you will find it in Piedmont Heights. Diversity is a key word to this neighborhood, and it’s not just the homes that are diverse—you will bump in to singles, newly married couple, families, and retirees on the streets and enjoying community events.
The second oldest home in Atlanta, dating back to 1840, can be found in Piedmont Heights. Just around the corner from that home you will find newly renovated ranches and bungalows. The area is served by City of Atlanta schools including: Morningside elementary, Samuel Martin Inman Middle School, and Henry W. Grady High School.
Piedmont Heights calls Buckhead and Virginia Highlands neighbors—providing again a great diversity. Whether you are looking for a large shopping mall or a distinct boutique, a chain restaurant with a trusted menu or a hole in the wall dive restaurant, these areas will have what you are seeking. You are just minutes to midtown and downtown Atlanta and a short drive north to the suburbs of the Perimeter area.