Developed in 1904, Ansley Park was originally envisioned to be Atlanta’s newest motorcar-oriented suburb. The area was intentionally designed with winding streets and green parks to attract the city’s most notable and wealthy families. In fact, Ansley Park was home to the state’s Governor’s Mansion for several decades.
Today Ansley Park still remains one of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods, known for its lush parks and walkability to several nearby attractions. The area is home to Atlanta staples such as the High Museum of Art and the Ansley Golf Club, while in close proximity to Piedmont Park and the BeltLine trail.