Ansley Park is a central Atlanta neighborhood nestled between Midtown and Piedmont Park.
Central community with park-like landscape and upscale homes
Ansley Park is a central Atlanta neighborhood nestled between Midtown and Piedmont Park. The neighborhood’s wide winding streets feature upscale homes from notable architects spanning many periods. Development began in the 1900s as one of the first Atlanta neighborhoods designed for automobiles rather than streetcars. Instead of the grid-like layout seen in older neighborhoods, Ansley Park’s streets are landscaped parkways. Green space abounds with Ansley Golf Club and several parks and playgrounds scattered throughout the neighborhood. Ansley Park is a recognized historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. Its exquisite real estate mix includes Colonial, Federal, Italian Renaissance, and Tudor-style homes. There are also newer properties featuring stunning cutting-edge architectural design.
Ansley Park’s attractive landscaping gives the neighborhood a park-like feel. It’s a great place to walk and explore with lots of greenery all around. Ansley Park residents can also easily reach the Atlanta Botanical Garden and sprawling Piedmont Park on foot. As well, the neighborhood is very convenient for those commuting into Midtown or other Atlanta business districts.
Ansley Mall is the neighborhood’s main commercial hub. This open-air shopping center includes a , , and . moved into Ansley Mall from Midtown Promenade in 2020, selling a wide range of rare and hard-to-find toys and collectibles. is a kitchenware emporium stocked with a vast variety of cooking utilities, appliances, and kitchen supplies. Daily cooking classes and demonstrations are held in The Cook’s Warehouse’s state-of-the-art Sub Zero Wolf teaching kitchens. On the eastern edge of Piedmont Park, is a family-run veterinary clinic offering a full range of services for your pets. The Ansley Park neighborhood is close to many more restaurants and retailers in Midtown’s shopping center and in the hip Virginia-Highland neighborhood.
is located along Ansley Park’s southeast boundary on the northern end of Piedmont Park. Highlights of these beautifully-landscaped 30-acre gardens include a Canopy Walk suspended 40 feet in the air overlooking the treetops of Storza Woods. The botanical garden contains numerous indoor and outdoor themed gardens, including formal rose and Japanese gardens as well as recreations of habitats such as deserts and tropical rainforests with turtles, birds, and poison dart frogs. The summertime exhibition at Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Fuqua Orchid Center features one of the largest public orchid displays in the world. Between May and September, invites visitors to relax with drinks in the evening calm of the botanical garden.
extends to the neighborhood’s north. The golf club’s challenging nine-hole course has been ranked among the top five in the nation by Sports Illustrated. Other amenities available to Ansley Golf Club members include tennis courts with teams and tournaments, a heated outdoor competition pool with a diving well, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Ansley Golf Club also features a clubhouse with several casual and upscale dining areas.
Ansley Park belongs to the Atlanta Public School District. Highlights include: