Ansley Park

Created in the early 1900s, Ansley Park is one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Original home to the Governor’s Mansion, Ansley Park has attracted some of the state’s most notable residents. In 2011, Ansley Park was named of the “10 Great Neighborhoods” in the country.


The historic streets of Ansley Park offer a variety of homes that range from cottages to Craftsman-style bungalows to luxurious mansions. This affluent neighborhood is within walking distance to fine restaurants and bars. Despite its prime location, it remains a lush oasis featuring wide, winding streets and tons of green space. It is also close to the nationally acclaimed golf course, Ansley Park Golf Club, the popular Piedmont Park, the Atlanta BeltLine and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.


Ansley Park children attend one of two award-winning elementary schools. Morningside Elementary has been named a Georgia School of Excellence in Student Achievement, whereas, Springdale Park Elementary (otherwise known as SPARK) was the first “green school” and is LEED certified. SPARK received a 2010 and 2011 Platinum Award from the Governor of Georgia Office of Student Achievement. Students will go on to attend Inman Middle School and Grady High School. This neighborhood is also close to several excellent private schools.
  • Morningside and Springdale Park Elementary School
  • Inman Middle School
  • Henry W. Grady High School
  • Heritage Prepatory School
  • The Children’s School
  • The Howard School

Things To Do

  • Alliance Theatre
  • Ansley Park Golf & Clubhouse
  • Ansley Mall
  • Atlanta BeltLine hiking and biking trails
  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens
  • High Museum of Art and The Woodruff Arts Center
  • Local parks: Winn Park and McClatchy Park
  • Piedmont Park – Atlanta’s popular public park
Ansley Park is sits in the midst of Atlanta’s bustling Midtown with access to the best restaurants, galleries and shops. The affluent neighborhood is within walking distance several small parks including the popular Piedmont Park, which has a dog park, aquatic center, tennis, walking paths, playgrounds, picnic areas, a lake and more. For art lovers, Ansley Park is close to the Woodruff Arts Center, the Alliance Theatre and the High Museum of Art. Golfers are close to the elite Ansley Golf Club and the historic Piedmont Driving Club. The active neighborhood civic association also plans festivals and events for its residents.

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