- Single family homes dating from late 1800s to the 1940s with ever increasing newer construction. Prices range from $600,000 to 2 million plus.
- Condominiums dating from the early 1900s to town houses, mid-rises and new high-rises ranging in price from $200,000 to 2 million plus.
- Midtown offers a plethora of restaurants, bars, supermarkets, shopping, museums and theaters.
- The convenience of two MARTA stations and the wonderful Piedmont Park.
- The most cosmopolitan and pedestrian friendly neighborhood in Atlanta (i.e., the number of places within a short walking distance).
- Midtown Neighbors Association – http://www.midtownatlanta.org/
$600,000 – $750,000: In this price range, you MAY find a good starter home in Midtown. It will typically be a 1930s-40s cottage or bungalow home with 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom (sometimes 2). These homes generally have a front and back yard plus driveway for off-street parking. At this price range, it may require some work or updating.
$750,000 – $950,000: In this price range, you’ll find larger bungalows and some two-story homes from the 1920s – 1940s with 3+ bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. These homes will generally be renovated and may include an upstairs addition (if a bungalow). The lot will probably include a larger front or back yard and there may be a garage or carport.
$950,000 – $1,100,000: In this price range, you can choose from larger bungalows and 2-story homes from the 1920s-1940s, generally with 3 or more bedrooms and at least 2 full bathrooms. Homes that fall into this price category will generally be renovated, and if a bungalow style will have a finished upstairs addition. Typically will include a nice-sized yard and may have a garage or carport.
$1,100,000+: In this price range, you’ll find grand homes built in 1900s to 1930s . Typically 2-story or large bungalows with second story additions. There is also new construction built with traditional or very contemporary styling. Historic homes will frequently have fine Arts & Crafts detailing that has been restored. Historic and newer homes will have very high end finishes, gourmet kitchens and designer bathrooms. High end homes often have professional landscaping and most will have some sort of covered parking.