- Primarily single family homes dating from the 1930s ranging in price from $500,000 up to 2 million plus.
- The home style is predominately brick Tudor bungalow.
- A limited number of condos and townhomes ranging from $175,000 to $700,000.
- Excellent schools – Morningside Elementary, Inman Middle, Grady High School.
- Numerous neighborhood parks.
- Convenient shopping at Sage Hill shopping center, Zonolite Road business district, Virginia-Highland business district, and Ansley Mall.
- Morningside-Lenox Park Association – http://www.mlpa.org
$500,000 – $650,000: In this price range, you may find a good starter or smaller home in Morningside, typically a 1950s-1960s ranch or a 1930s-1940s cottage or bungalow home with 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 or 2 bathrooms. The topography varies in this neighborhood from level to very steep lots, and these homes generally have a decent lot size plus driveway for off-street parking and sometimes a 1-car garage or a 1-2 car carport. Homes at the lower end of this price range will most likely require some work or updating.
$650,000 – $800,000: In the lower end of this price range, you’ll find larger bungalows & cottages from the 1930s-1940s with 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and also some of the larger ranch style homes. Also to be found are a few cluster home communities offering newer, larger homes on tiny lots. At the higher end of this price range there will be a lot more of the Tudor style one-story homes and a few of two-story traditional-style homes, again from the 1930s and 40s. These homes will generally be renovated and, if an original one-story home, it may include an upstairs addition. The lot will probably include a larger front or back yard and a garage or carport.
$800,000 – $1,200,000: In this price range, you can choose from larger bungalows and 2-story homes from the 1920s-1940s, including many of the neighborhood’s earliest homes –– primarily brick Tudor bungalows built in a series of neighborhood parks. This price range also includes some recent and new construction. Generally homes in this category will have at least 4 bedrooms and at least 2 full bathrooms. The vast majority will be renovated, and, if a bungalow style, most will have a finished upstairs addition. Most homes in this range have a nice-sized yard and may have a garage or carport.
$1,200,000+: In this price range, you’ll find grand homes, some built in the 1930s, but primarily more recent construction. Typically 2-story, these homes range in style from brick classic traditional to modern contemporary to classic Mediterranean with a few other types in between. These homes will have very high-end finishes, gourmet kitchens and designer bathrooms, and will often have professional landscaping. Most will have some sort of covered parking