Atlanta’s West End is a vibrant, diverse community located 3 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta. The West End was originally established as White Hall in 1835 and was one of the first streetcar suburbs of Atlanta. Today, this area boasts a strong sense of community and enthusiastic resident involvement. Named the hottest neighborhood in Atlanta in 2016, the rapidly developing yet historic community of West End is quickly becoming highly sought after for good reason.
Historic with easy access to downtown, these are the elements of West End.
Pedestrian and bike-friendly, the West End is a charming neighborhood lined with trees, many of which are as old as some of the historic buildings. There are five City of Atlanta parks in the West End, and more than a mile of the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail.
Many West End homes are historic and reflect a number of architectural styles from the turn of the century, and resident homeowners are working to restore these homes with originality in mind.
Compared to neighboring historic communities across Atlanta, living costs are still relatively affordable in the West End.
Residents love that the West End has walkable retail and grocery stores, easy access to downtown, ample public transportation options, porch parties and volunteer neighborhood opportunities.
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta
621 North Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
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