Woodland Hills / LaVista Park
- WOODLAND HILLS: features mainly single family homes on spacious lots built primarily in the 1950’s, prices range from $275,000 to $500,000 plus. There are also more and more new construction homes being built with a price range of $500,000 to $750,000
- LAVISTA PARK: features primarily ranch homes dating from the late 1940’s through the 1950’s on spacious lots, prices range from $350,000 to $550,000 depending on the level of renovation, plus a tremendous amount of high-end new construction, prices range from $550,000 to 1 million plus.
- Both neighborhoods are separated by LaVista Road. Superbly located between Morningside to the south, Lenox Road/Buckhead to the north, Lindberg to the west and Emory to the east.
- Neighborhood shopping and dining includes Whole Foods and Starbucks just a couple of blocks away. There are many shopping districts close by including Cheshire Square Shopping Center with Publix and Tara Theatre; Briar Vista Shopping Center; Loehmann’s Plaza and Toco Hill Shopping Center. Exceptionally convenient to Lenox Mall; Phipps Plaza and Buckhead business and shopping and dining areas. Also convenient to the Lindberg MARTA rail station.
- Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association – http://www.woodlandhillsatlanta.org/
- LaVista Park Civic Association – http://www.lavistapark.org/
$175,000 – $350,000+: In this price range, you should be able to find a good starter home in Woodland Hills. It will typically be a 1950’s ranch-style home with 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 or 2 bathrooms. The lot sizes are generally decent and usually there is off-street parking in the form of a parking pad or a 1-car garage. Homes at the lower end of this price range may require some work or updating but at the higher end of this range homes with decent renovations may be found.
$450,000 – $700,000+: In this price range, you should be able to find a newer or more recently built homes. It may be a 2-story traditional or an oversized Craftsman bungalow with a finished upstairs or even a contemporary style home usually featuring a minimum of 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms plus a garage. This is most likely the future of this neighborhood due to it’s superb location and generally decent lot sizes.
$175,000 – $275,000: In this price range, you should be able to find a starter home in LaVista Park. It will typically be a 1950’s ranch-style home. Some are soft-contemporary and may have 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 or 2 bathrooms. The lot sizes are generally decent and usually there is off-street parking in the form of a parking pad or a 1-car garage. In most cases homes within this price point will need renovation.
$275,000 – $550,000: In this price range, you can probably find a 3+ bedroom, 2+ bathroom home. It will probably be a spacious brick ranch built in the 1950s. At the lower end of this price point the house will probably need some renovation. At the higher end of this price range you should have a more recent renovation and possibly an addition. There will also be some cluster homes and homes built within the last 25 years at the higher end of this price range. Most of these homes will have covered parking ranging from a 1-car carport to a 2-car garage.
$550,000 – $1,000,000+ : In this price range, you should find new construction either traditional or contemporary or a larger and usually fully renovated 1950’s ranch with 4-plus bedrooms and 3-plus bathrooms typically comes with covered parking.