Homes Near Atlanta Beltline with 4 or more Bedrooms

Real Estate Agent with Solid Source Realty, Inc. 274930


Why Do People Live Along The Beltline?


Atlanta's Intown neighborhoods have come to life again. Full of energy and social opportunity, the ultra popular Beltline is a very successful revitalization initiative. The Beltline is a former railroad line that now connects 22 miles of paths, parks, trails and open green space around the core of Atlanta's urban center. The rails have been replaced with paved paths for your use and enjoyment.

Another attraction of the Beltline is its easy access from many diverse Atlanta neighborhoods. The Beltline has spurred the resurgence of Intown living. Homes along the Beltline are in great demand. Along with higher demand comes increasing home values. But you can still get some good deals on homes that are in close proximity to the Beltline. In fact, there is something for everyone, including a good selection of homes with 4 or more bedrooms.


Looking For a Home With 4 or More Bedrooms Close to the Beltline?


Interested in finding homes for sale with 4 or more bedrooms close to the Beltline? Here is what is currently on the market June 2017.

Atlanta Beltline Homes for sale with 4 or more bedrooms

Click this link and input the MLS# number for more detailed information about each home.


Map of Atlanta Beltline

What Are the Beltline Neighborhoods Like?


Because the Beltline runs around the core of the city, you can access it from many different neighborhoods. There is the Eastside Trail, the Northside Trail, the Westside Trail, the West End Trail and the Southwest Connector Trail. Homes near the Beltline with 4 or more bedrooms that are on the market June 2017 are located in the Haynes Manor, Lavista Park, Ansley Park, Morningside, Lake Claire, Virginia Highland, Ormewood Park, Edgewood, Grant Park, Westwood Park, Benteen Park, Hampton Preserve and West End neighborhoods.


What's Happening On the Beltline?

On any given day, you will find walkers, joggers, cyclists and spectators strolling along, walking their pets, exercising and making new friends. You might also run into festivals, art, playgrounds, scenic views and places to grab a bite to eat or drink along the way.


Now You Really Want to Find A Home Near The Atlanta Beltline With 4 or more bedrooms, Right?


If you are interested in the current homes for sale with 4 or more bedrooms near the Atlanta GA Beltline click on the link and enter the listing number from the photos above for more information on each property. OR you can search for another property. This link is a direct feed from the Multiple Listing Service and is updated multiple times per day.


If you see a home you like, text or call me at 404-606-9921, so we can grab it soon. Homes near the Beltline are not staying on the market long. 


If you would like to ask me something specific about homes with 4 or more bedrooms near the Atlanta Beltline, email me.

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Cheryl Dukes is a Premier Luxury Marketing Consultant and Real Estate Agent serving Fine Homes in the metro Atlanta area.


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Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX
REALTOR®, Broker

Looks like some great opportunities for buyers who wish to live in the beltline area.

Jun 25, 2017 05:13 AM #1
Cheryl Dukes . . . . . Intown Atlanta
Solid Source Realty, Inc. - Atlanta, GA

That's right, Richard Weeks - people who bought homes when these areas were unpopular are now starting to reap their rewards.

Jun 25, 2017 05:36 AM #2
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