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Poncey-Highland is a small neighborhood with a vibrant big character, roughly two miles northeast of downtown this distinct and historic district preserves character and offers flexibility for residents and visitors alike. Located at the intersection of east/west Ponce de Leon Avenue and north/southwest North Highland Avenue, is the Intown neighborhood of Poncey Highland. On the east-side of Atlanta , south of Virginia Highland this urban enclave was established between 1905 and 1930 it is bordered by Druid Hills and Candler Park across Moreland Avenue to the east, the Old Fourth Ward across the Beltline Eastside to the west, Inman Park across the eastern branch of Freedom Parkway to the south, and Virginia Highland to the north across Ponce de Leon Avenue. There is no shortage of restaurants in the neighborhood. One of the most notable is historic Manuel’s Tavern, an Atlanta staple, Manuel’s tavern is a popular gathering among local political figures. Sweet Auburn BBQ, Tiny Lou’s, Two Urban Licks, Fellini’s Pizza, LaFonda Latina, and Soul Vegetarian to name a few. Poncey-Highland is home to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, established in 1982. The Carter Center sits on what was once considered the neighborhood of Copenhill.

Historic charm in a prime location, these are the Elements of Poncey Highland.


Since the1900s the architectural trend has favored the craftsman bungalow and today traditional and contemporary homes and condominiums.


Springdale Park Elementary
David T. Howard
Midtown High School


Freedom Park
Historic Manuel’s Tavern
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

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