Margaret Mitchell Rentals & Homes for Sale


Large, single family homes are common types of properties that can be found within the charming neighborhood of Margaret Mitchell, a West Atlanta vicinity that was first established in the 1950s. Named after the Pulitzer prize-winning author of “Gone With the Wind,” the neighborhood of Margaret Mitchell is less than one square mile in length, and is home to approximately 2,748 residents. Most houses in the Margaret Mitchell vicinity are built alongside quiet, tree-lined streets and beautifully manicured sidewalks. While children are often found playing outside on their lawns, the streets of Margaret Mitchell are often filled with runners, walkers and joggers – especially on warm, sunny days.

Margaret Mitchell Rentals & Homes For Sale
The Perimeter of Margaret Mitchell is Within Close Proximity to Family-friendly Attractions

Moreover, owner financed homes account for most real estate in the vicinity, as 95 percent of structures are owned in the neighborhood of Margaret Mitchell, rather than rented. Most homes for sale in Margaret Mitchell are worth between $550k and $1.2 million, with many properties selling for around $962,090. In the Atlanta suburbs of Margaret Mitchell, around 65 percent of houses sell for more than $750k, while 24 percent sell for anywhere between $400 and $749k. Only 11 percent of homes in the area are worth between $100k and $399k. Furthermore, the median cost of rent in Margaret Mitchell is $1,902 per month.

The neighborhood of Margaret Mitchell features large, single family houses, spacious condo units and plenty of outdoor greenspace for families and their children to enjoy. While many homes in the neighborhood come with pool access and as many as seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, others may feature an outdoor living space, a tennis court, and even a spa.


In addition to the beautiful mansion properties in Atlanta’s Margaret Mitchell neighborhood, other benefits of living in the vicinity include membership to the Margaret Mitchell Civic Association (MMCA) and access to local events. For instance, the MMCA plans and hosts several annual events for its members, including a book club, a Ladies Night Out, a Holiday Cocktail Party and a children’s Easter Egg Hunt. Additionally, real estate in the vicinity features some of the greatest mid-century architecture in the Buckhead area. Like other Atlanta neighborhoods, however, property crime is an issue in the vicinity.

Furthermore, the perimeter of Margaret Mitchell is within close proximity to family-friendly attractions, such as the Westminster community hiking trails and the Whitewater Trail, located in the nearby neighborhood of Whitewater Creek. Weekend attractions may include a trip to the Peachtree Road Farmers Market, seeing a movie at AMC Parkway Pointe 15 or dining out at Pero’s Pizza and Pasta, Yeah Burger, Goldberg’s, La Grotta Ristorante or St. Angelo’s Pizza. Retailers in the Margaret Mitchell area include Publix Super Market at Moores Mill Center, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Atlanta Cycling and Smith Ave Hardware. Additionally, the vicinity is just 26 minutes from the historic Margaret Mitchell House/Museum, the actual location where “Gone With the Wind” was written. The neighborhood is just 19 minutes from the Georgia Institute of Technology, 38 minutes from Zoo Atlanta (source) and about 18 minutes from the Georgia Aquarium.

For single family households with children, many top-rated schools are available to serve students in the Margaret Mitchell area. These schools include the following:

  • The Westminster Schools, a private school serving grades K through 12
  • The Atlanta Neighborhood Charter Schools, a public elementary and middle campus serving grades K through 5, and grades 6 through 8
  • Jackson Elementary School, a public school serving grades K through 5
  • Brandon Elementary School, a public school with programs in grades 6 through 8
  • Sutton Middle School, a public middle school serving grades 6 through 8
  • North Atlanta High School, a public high school for students in grades 9 through 12


As for public transportation, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is somewhat accessible to residents who live in the Margaret Mitchell area. For instance, Bus Route 12 for Howell Mill Road/Cumberland has several stops along Northside Parkway Northwest and at Howell Mill Road. However, MARTA’s 3193 Howell Mill Road bus stop is an eight-minute drive from the neighborhood (or a 40-minute walk), while the stop at Howell Mill Road Northwest at Saint Anne’s Lane Northwest is a seven-minute drive (or a 34-minute walk). With a transit score of just 25 out of 100, however, most errands in the neighborhood will require the use of a personal vehicle, as limited public transport is available to residents. Additionally, the neighborhood’s walking score is 10, and its biking score is just seven, making it difficult to travel throughout the vicinity by foot or via bike.

Of those who occupy real estate in Margaret Mitchell, around 51 percent of residents are female, and 49 percent are male. As for age, around 26 percent of residents who live in properties throughout the vicinity are 17 years of age or younger, while 19 percent of residents are between 55 and 64 years of age. About 18 percent of residents are 65 years of age or older, while 16 percent are between 45 and 54 years of age. However, the neighborhood lacks racial diversity, as 90 percent of residents are white, 4 percent are African American, 3 percent are Hispanic and 2 percent are Asian.

In the perimeter of Margaret Mitchell, the median household income is $214,243, which is much higher than the national average of $55,322. Moreover, 62 percent of residents earn an annual income of $150k, or higher, while 17 percent of households receive an annual salary between $75k and $149k. Only 22 percent of households earn less than $74k per year. Additionally, most properties are occupied by residents who hold master’s degrees, or higher (45 percent), or bachelor’s degree (36 percent). About 10 percent of residents in the vicinity hold associate degrees, while 7 percent have their high school diplomas, but no college education.

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