- 32 Units
- Walking Distance to Krog Tunnel and
Krog Street Market
- Pet Friendly
- Hardwood Floors
- Luxury Patios
- Mary Lin Elementary
- Inman Middle School
- Grady High School
Tucked away in the coveted Inman Park neighborhood lies the wooded condominiums of Inman Hills.
In 1957, Inman Hills was completed with 32 units uniting a corner of Atlanta whose demand only continues to grow exponentially in terms of popularity. Here a classic community meets some of the greatest stories of the city’s past.
First of all, the area is historic and residents can easily walk to Krog Street Market and countless shops and restaurants.
Since the development of the BeltLine, the short stroll to one of the most celebrated greenways has only increased Inman Hills’ appeal. The access to dynamic events is second-to-none.
Still, the way the Hills have been maintained also makes the neighborhood perfect for those interested in staying in.
Most units have been renovated and feature gleaming hardwood floors and updated appliances. Additionally, the open air patios are a perfect space for sitting and enjoying the afternoon. Unlike many contemporary condos, the complex is nestled in a wooded space that manages to feel quaint and secluded despite the surrounding rush of the city.
For Inman Hills residents, commuting to downtown or midtown Atlanta is a breeze.
The homes are also very near the MARTA line and minutes away.
Also, Little Five Points, Atlanta’s take on New York’s East Village, is less than twenty minutes away and full of fun and flavor, as well as varying live shows and colorful crowds. Whether looking for eclectic apparel or novel entertainment, the possibilities are limitless. The Edgewood retail district is also very nearby for those interested in more familiar fare.
There are very few intown opportunities to live as centrally and affordably within the metro Atlanta experience. Inman Hills condominiums are an incredible place for newcomers and longtime residents alike to call home.