Historic College Park, located southwest of Atlanta, is part of the Tri-Cities area that also includes East Point and Hapeville. Historic College Park is near the world’s busiest airport: Hartsfield-Jackson International. While maintaining the neighborliness of a hometown, College Park has all the advantages of a big city.
Historic College Park, a community where growth and development embrace the past to better the future, anchors the city with its historic business district of Main Street. The historical collection of the city consists of homes, landmarks, corporations, schools, churches, parks, a cemetery, government offices, and railway stations.
Home to the fourth largest historic district in Georgia with varied architecture and eclectic restaurants, these are the Elements of College Park.
Popular restaurants include the Brakepad, the Corner Grille, Barbeque Kitchen, and Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen and Bar. College Park has four public recreation facilities, four parks, and a nine-hole golf course.
The majority of homes are Queen Anne Style, 19th and 20th century revivals and craftsman homes.
These are the elements of Historic College Park.
Historic College Park is the fourth largest urban historic district in Georgia with 867 structures on the Historic Register. The architectural style of homes in diverse from bungalows to colonial.
College Park is home to the largest independent school in the United States, Woodward Academy.
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