Thomasville Heights Rentals & Homes for Sale


Just outside of the beltline is Thomasville Heights, an Atlanta neighborhood with approximately 6,252 residents. Thomasville Heights is a family-friendly community with locals who enjoy frequenting parks – especially with dogs – getting to know their neighbors, volunteering and remaining active, both physically and socially.

Thomasville Heights Rentals & Homes For Sale
Within the Perimeter of Thomasville Heights, Very Few Crimes are Reported Each Year

Those who occupy real estate in the neighborhood enjoy the local attractions. Some of these include the following:

  • The Southeast Neighborhood Senior Center.
  • Thomasville Park.
  • Thomasville Recreation Center.
  • The Thomasville Pool.

For residents who love dining out, popular, local restaurants in the area include: Grant Central East Pizza, The Vortex, El Mexicano, Little Azio and Kevin Rathbun Steak. For shopping, residents can visit: Kroger, Lowe’s and Barnes & Nobel Booksellers.

Additionally, beltline parks and trails are within close proximity to Thomasville Heights, as D.H. Stanton Park is just a 10-minute drive from the neighborhood, and Boulevard Crossing Park is just 6 minutes outside of the vicinity. Gordon-White Park is only 15 minutes from Thomasville Heights, while the Southwest Connector Trail is just a 21-minute drive from the vicinity. Furthermore, Georgia State University is only 12 minutes away, making Thomasville Heights an affordable neighborhood in which college students can reside. Still, Emory University is just 19 minutes from the neighborhood.


As for public transportation, MARTA (the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) is accessible to residents of Thomasville Heights, as Route 49 (McDonough Boulevard) regularly stops in the vicinity. Bus Route 4 for Moreland Avenue also serves the area of Thomasville Heights. In addition to the MARTA system, however, residents generally need a vehicle to get around town, as most errands in the vicinity require the use of a vehicle. According to local data, the vicinity has a low walking score of 25 out of 100, and a biking score of just 18.

Furthermore, most homes for sale in Thomasville Heights are very affordable, as the median home value is $97,423, compared to the national average of $184,700. For instance, most houses in the area are worth between $50k and $99k (at 31 percent), while 25 percent are valued at less than $50k. Around 24 percent of homes are valued between $100k and $199k, while 14 percent are worth between $200k and $399k. Just 3 percent of properties are valued between $400k and $749k, while only 2 percent are worth more than $750k.

While owner financed homes account for only 32 percent of all properties in the area, 68 percent are rented. For instance, rentals are available at local housing complexes, such as Forest Cove Apartments, Constitution Avenue Apartments and Constitution Hill Apartments. Single rental homes are also available outside of these housing complexes. Moreover, most rentals in Thomasville Heights are available for around $979 per month. Around 37 percent of apartments are between $500 a month and $999 a month, while 32 percent of units are between $1000 a month and $1,999 per month. Around 16 percent are less than $500 per month, while an additional 16 percent rent for more than $1,500.

Within the perimeter of Thomasville Heights, very few crimes are reported each year. For instance, only 49 thefts, 37 assaults, 19 burglaries and 12 robberies were reported in the last year. While instances such as these are common in any major city, residents can protect themselves by securing their belongings and remaining aware of their surroundings.


Moreover, those who live in properties throughout the Thomasville Heights neighborhood earn an annual household salary of around $23,889, lower than the national average of $55,322. For instance, 55 percent of residents earn less than $25k per year, while 23 percent earn a salary of between $25k and $44k. Around 9 percent of households earn between $75k and $149k per year, while 7 percent earn more than $150k. About 6 percent of residents receive a salary of between $45k and $74k.

Most homes in Thomasville Heights are occupied by residents with a high school diploma, but no college background. For example, 39 percent of residents have a high school diploma, while 25 percent did not graduate from high school. Around 21 percent have an associate degree or some college education, while 7 percent hold a master’s degree. About 8 percent of residents hold a bachelor’s degree.

In addition, the Georgia state neighborhood of Thomasville Heights is diverse; 57 percent of residents are female and 43 percent are male. Around 81 percent of residents are African-American, while 12 percent are Caucasian, 4 percent are Hispanic, and 1 percent is Asian. Three percent are another race. Additionally, properties in Thomasville Heights are occupied by residents of all ages, with most them being children. For instance:

  • 26 percent of residents are younger than 10 years of age.
  • 19 percent are between 25 and 34 years of age.
  • 12 percent are between 45 and 54 years of age.
  • 11 percent are between 35 and 44 years of age.
  • 11 percent are between 18 and 24 years of age.
  • 9 percent are between 10 and 17 years of age.
  • 7 percent are between 55 and 64 years of age.
  • 7 percent are older than 65 years of age.

For single family households with children, top-rated public schools serving the area of Thomasville Heights include the following:

  • The Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Elementary Campus – Serving grades K through 5
  • The Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Middle Campus – Serving grades 6 through 8
  • Charles R. Drew Charter School – Serving preschoolers, kindergarteners and grades 1 through 5
  • The Kindezi School – Serving kindergarten and 1 through 8
  • Early College High School at Carver – Serving grades 9 through 12

Moreover, multifamily households may also enroll in the Mt. Nebo Christian Academy, a top-rated private school for preschoolers, kindergarteners and first-graders.

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