Real estate in the Ansley Park neighborhood sits out of the reach of many as it is one of the most affluent parts of Atlanta. Located just east of Downtown, it has the distinction of being the first Atlanta neighborhood designed with automobiles in mind. Ansley Park properties boast extensive landscaping that accompanies its roads as well as a golf course. It also sits along the city’s Beltline system of trails that provide the city with many uses. However, the neighborhood is considered only somewhat walkable and leaves some improvement desired for those who prefer to be able to complete most errands on foot.
Ansley Park provides urban real estate with just over 4,100 residents, 54 percent of whom are female. The overwhelming majority—84 percent—of Ansley Park residents are white while eight percent are African-American and both Asian and Hispanic populations are two percent. Forty-nine percent of those living in Ansley Park homes have a master’s degree or higher and 36 percent hold a bachelor’s. Nine percent have some college or an associate’s degree and only five percent have only a high school level education. The age distribution among residents is a bit more spread out:
- Seven percent are aged 18 – 24
- 13 percent are 25 – 34 years old
- 16 percent are 35 – 44 years of age
- 15 percent are 45 – 54 years of age
- 16 percent of residents are 55 – 64 years old
- 13 percent are over the age of 65
The median household income for those living in Ansley Park is $122,037 versus the national median of $55,322. Thirty-seven percent of residents make over $150,000 per year. Twenty-five percent earn $75,000 – 149,000 and 21 percent have incomes of $45,000 – 74,000 per year. Those making $25,000 – 44,000 and under $25,000 per year account for nine and eight percent, respectively.
The prices of properties in Ansley Park are also well above national medians. Homes for sale or apartment rentals are much more expensive than in other parts of the city. Those that own their homes are 69 percent of the people living in the neighborhood while only 31 percent live in rentals. The median home cost in Ansley Park is $531,045, well above the national median of $184,700. A range of the cost of houses in Ansley Park consists of the following:
- 37 percent of houses are above $750,000
- 16 percent of houses are $400,000 – $749,000
- 31 percent of houses are $200,000 – $399,000
- 13 percent of houses are $100,000 – $199,000
Rentals have a median price of $1,289 per month. Forty-six percent fall in the $1,000 – $1,499 price range, 28 percent in the $500 – $999 bracket, 20 percent in the $1,500 – $1,999 range and only seven percent above $2,000 per month.
Crime and safety in Ansley Park receive solid marks compared with the rest of Atlanta. There were only 28 assaults per 100,000 residents (the national average is 283 per 100,000) reported and zero murders. Robberies numbered 112 per 100,000 (136 is the national average), burglaries 167 (500), thefts 1,898 (2,043), and motor vehicle thefts reported were 195 (284).
Ansley Park real estate also offers a variety of dining and shopping opportunities in addition to some of Atlanta’s well-known attractions. Some of the more popular establishments include:
- Bangkok Restaurant – Founded in 1977, it is widely considered to be Atlanta’s finest Thai cuisine.
- Vespucci’s – This Italian restaurant has been serving traditional cuisine since 1996.
- Eclectic Bistro & Bar – This eatery lies adjacent to the Atlanta Botanical Garden and conjures the imagination with a redux on the old time American bistro with a modern face.
- Amsterdam Walk – This is a gem hidden away in Ansley Park that provides ample shopping options that include everything from jewelry to furniture to antiques, tanning salons, entertainment and dining possibilities.
Other options for entertainment include such attractions as the High Museum of Art, the Woodruff Arts Center, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and the Ansley Golf Club. There is no shortage of options to keep busy in this neighborhood.
Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.