Kirkwood Atlanta Real Estate Guide
Searching for Kirkwood Atlanta real estate and homes for sale? This is your one-stop shop for your one of Atlanta's most popular intown neighborhoods. To follow is everything you need to know about this active community, from local events, architecture, and the latest homes for sale in Kirkwood.
Kirkwood boasts a number of distinctive architectural styles, from Greek Revival to Queen Anne Victorian to the ever-popular Craftsman bungalow of the 1920s and 1930s. There is also a growing stock of new construction, much of it in the craftsman style tradition. With the Kirkwood Station and new development at 2nd Ave and Hosea, many new businesses are setting up shop in this quaint neighborhood that is located just five miles from downtown Atlanta and less than a mile to the interstate.
Down-to-earth professionals, young families, singles and a few artists and eclectics speckled into the mix.
All the annual events, Downtown Kirkwood restaurants, parks, pet-friendly businesses, historic homes and the sense of community.
Oakhurst Village, Downtown Decatur, Bike PATH, Little Five Points, Edgewood Retail District, Candler Park, and easy access to the interstate.
Single-family homes range between $375K and $1.300K. The average home price in Kirkwood is in the high $400s to low $500s. See recent home sales and pricing.
POPULAR STREETS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
The larger, grander Victorian homes run along Howard Street and Kirkwood Road (near Bessie Branham Park). Craftsman bungalow style homes are abundant on Ridgedale Rd, Dunwoody, Clifton, Clay, Oakview, Emery and Robson Place, New construction homes in the Farmhouse or Craftsman style can be found throughout the neighborhood, but you'll find a nice cluster of newly built homes on Robson Court and Norwood Avenue as well as some 10+-year-old Craftsman homes on Elvan Avenue.
Which streets are the best in Kirkwood? It's hard to say. Kirkwood residents tend to agree that the NoHo (North of Hosea Williams) section is probably a bit nicer, as the revitalization started there first and a larger number of homes have been fully renovated.
The demand for Atlanta's Kirkwood real estate is greater than ever, as professionals seek the feeling of a tight-knit community with charming historic homes, festivals, and walkability.
Homes in Kirkwood range in price from about $350,000 for a small home or bungalow fixer-upper to about $1.200,000 for a fully restored historic home or new construction Craftsman style or Modern Farmhouse home. The average single-family home sales price in Kirkwood is in the mid to high $500s. Take a peek at our new Kirkwood market reports for the latest home prices and real estate trends.
As residents of Atlanta's popular Kirkwood neighborhood, we can tell you this is a GREAT place to live. Wonderful restaurants, shops and of course, people! Every day we see new improvements to the neighborhood – whether it is a new store or a home being remodeled, things are constantly evolving. The Kirkwood Spring Fling and the special events at the new Kirkwood Station bring in more and more people each year.
If you are thinking of moving to Kirkwood Atlanta or if you have to sell your current home, our agents at the Urban Nest are here to help. Our personal attention at every stage of the buying or selling process has created a very long list of happy and satisfied clients, Please contact us for a one-on-one consultation and we’ll put our expertise to work for you!