If you are looking to purchase real estate, or simply to find suitable rentals, the Lindbergh – Morosgo neighborhood in Atlanta is a place you should put on your list to check out. Located on the southeast side of the ever-popular and trendy Buckhead district, it has easy access to the city’s interstate system, as well as numerous amenities and attractions for those who make Lindbergh – Morosgo their home. Those looking for homes for sale may enjoy the fact that there is plenty of office space available for businesses, so residents can keep their commutes short. There are houses, apartments and condos to rent or purchase throughout the neighborhood.
Those living in homes or apartments will appreciate that the neighborhood’s walkability is above average. Some of the everyday errands that need completing can be done without the aid of any sort of transportation. However, the bike infrastructure is not on par with that for pedestrians. With two Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) lines, and a bus line serving Lindbergh – Morosgo, there are solid public transportation options available to those who live in rentals or own their own residences.
The neighborhood’s population of 6,119 people offers a very diverse mixture of Atlantans. Forty-six percent of the inhabitants are white, 20 percent are of Hispanic origin, 17 percent are African-American and 13 percent are Asian. Forty-six percent of people who make their homes here hold bachelor’s degrees, while 17 percent have master’s degrees, or higher. Those with some college or associate degrees and those with high school diplomas are both segments that number 15 percent of the residents. Only 7 percent do not have at least their high school diplomas.
The median household income of people who call Lindbergh – Morosgo home is $61,346, somewhat higher than the national median income of $55,322. The breakdown of income segments is as follows:
- 28 percent earn $45,000 to $74,000
- 25 percent make between $75,000 to $149,000
- 22 percent take home less than $25,000
- 18 percent earn between $25,000 to $44,000
- 7 percent earn above $150,000
Real estate in this neighborhood has a median home value of $158,383, a bit below the national median, making it a good value. Thirty-seven percent of all residences are valued at between $100,000 and $199,000. Thirty-one percent are worth between $200,000 and $399,000, 29 percent have a value of $50,000 to $99,000 and only 3 percent list at $400,000 to $749,000.
Those living in rentals in Lindbergh – Morosgo make up, fully, 90 percent of all residents. The median monthly rent is $1,229, almost $300 per month higher than the national median monthly rent. Half of all rented units cost between $1000 a month and 1,499 per month. Twenty-seven percent cost between $1,500 and $1,999 and 14 percent have from $500 a month to $999 monthly rentals. Meanwhile, only 2 percent eclipse $2,000 per month.
Lindbergh – Morosgo’s crime and safety score is considered about average for both personal crime, as well as property crime, compared to other neighborhoods in Atlanta. When in the market for a new place to call home, choosing a safe neighborhood is an important consideration. Crime rates are based on crimes reported per 100,000 residents. The breakdown in violent and property crimes reported in Lindbergh – Morosgo are as follows:
- Violent crimes:
- Assault: 333 per 100,000 residents; the national average is 283
- Murder: 16; the national average is six
- Robbery: 317; the national average is 136
- Property crimes:
- Burglary: 714; the national average is 500
- Theft: 5,698; the national average is 2,043
- Motor vehicle theft: 809; the national average is 284
Those residents whose homes are in Lindbergh – Morosgo and enjoy dining out, and having places to go, will enjoy the benefits of living in one of the Buckhead district’s neighborhoods. There is an ample variety of places to visit. Some of these places worth noting include:
- Tin Drum Asian Kitchen – This local chain has a location in Lindbergh – Morosgo. It provides a sampling of dishes from around the Far East. If you are looking for a fast noodle fix or an easy place to take the kids, this fits the bill. They also do catering.
- Eclipse di Luna – This is a contemporary tapas bar that provides award-winning tapas, as well as vegan options. The restaurant has an extensive cocktail menu and provides live entertainment.
- Longhorn Steakhouse – This is a chain restaurant noted for its quality steaks at friendly prices. It offers a variety of cuts and sides, and provides consistent service and quality.
- Wine Gallery & Market – If you are eating in, or at a friend’s, you can stop in Lindbergh – Morosgo’s own wine shop to pick up some wonderful labels, and perhaps cheese to go along with it.
Those making their homes in Lindbergh – Morosgo can rest easy that their little ones will be well-educated in some of the Atlanta Public School (APS) system’s fine schools. North Atlanta High School is the public school serving this area, along with many elementary and middle schools. Private and charter schools are also available for parents who prefer to explore those options.
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