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Welcome to Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia is a great place to live and according to realtors in the area, now’s a great time to buy a home in this booming city. There are excellent schools, shopping, restaurants and a great buyer’s real estate market. In fact there are more than 5,000 restaurants within a 15-mile radius and about 18 colleges and universities within a 30-mile radius. If golfing is your passion, you ca truly enjoy the game in the more than 35 public golf courses in Atlanta. The median home price in Atlanta, Georgia is at about $224,000. Sales tax is 7.81% and state sales tax is 6%.

Atlanta also encompasses many neighborhoods such as Ansley Park, Candler Park, Kirkwood Midtown, Morningside, Smokerise and others. Ansley Park is an upscale prestigious neighborhood in Midtown Atlanta, between Peachtree and Piedmont. Homes in the area have three, four and five bedrooms with many of them having more than three bathrooms. Prices of these elaborate and luxurious homes are above the average in Atlanta because of the location and size. Most of the homes have a courtyard and have multiple stories for big families to enjoy.

There’s also the Ansley Park Historic District which is an early 20th century suburban residential district developed in four phases from 1904 to 1913. The neighborhood included single family residences, apartments, parks and more. There are many architectural styles in this neighborhood from Colonial to Federal, Neo-Classical to Queen Anne and Italian Renaissance.

Kirkwood is another historic neighborhood in Atlanta with a strong sense of community, beautiful historic homes and diverse residences. Kirkwood’s development started in the 1870sand was an early streetcar suburb to Atlanta. By 1910, streetcars provided express service to and from Atlanta three times a day. There are historic buildings throughout Kirkwood, like the former Kirkwood School, north of Bessie Branham Park. This Park is one of the oldest and has a recreation center, plus a tennis and basketball courts as well as picnic facilities. There are large homes primarily located along Howard Street from Hosea Williams Drive to College Avenue.

These are just some of the overviews of the neighborhoods kin Atlanta. For a stress-free residential move to any part of the city, to any type of residence, just call All My Sons of Atlanta or navigate to our free moving quote to start your moving day process. Our Atlanta movers are truly professionals with one thing in mind, doing a great moving job. That means securing your personal belongings safely onto our moving truck and transporting it back safely to your new home. Once there, the local Atlanta movers will also help you set up so you don’t have to do any of the heavy lifting.