The Homes and Estates Of Ansley park vary from Bungalows to true Mansions. Prices range from the $400's to over 3 Million.
It is interesting to journey the streets in the Ansley Park Neighborhood. Some streets remain historic while others have a more eclectic feel of old and new.
See the photos below the see the different styles and notice along the same street, there may be a generational change.
A bit of history about Ansley Park
Ansley Park is on the National Register of Historic Places as "Atlanta's First Automobile Suburb."
Ansley Park is now part of Midtown, a designation coined in 1972 for the area roughly between North Avenue and Perishing Point, Monroe Drive and Georgia Tech.
Originally the land know as Ansley Park, was farm land owned by the Collier family. In 1904, Edwin P. Ansley began developing the land, which at first was called Peachtree Garden.
The original layout included gardens and the golf course and polo fields which is now called the private, Ansley Golf Club, founded in 1912.
Since its humble beginnings there has been quite a lot of development. One of the historic buildings built in 1923, is the Reid House.