tlanta’s original work, play, live neighborhood, Virginia-Highland has the feel of a small town within the heart of the city. Locals and tourists intermingle for brunch at charming sidewalk cafes, and gather on comfortable patios and terraces for evening cocktails at lively night spots after strolling the avenue’s unique shops and galleries. Homes here tend to be restored turn of the century Craftsman and Queen Anne on tree lined streets with private gardens and big front porches.
This neighborhood is famous for its bungalows and historic houses from the early 20th century. It has become trendy area for young people because of its diverse mix of restaurants, bars, and shops. Along with the urban amenities, the Virginia Highland area is smattered with a variety of parks and other natural attractions. In 2011, it was voted as “Atlanta’s favorite neighborhood overall”.