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Poncey-Highland Real Estate Freedom Runs Through It

Poncey-Highland is a neighborhood in Atlanta bordered by Virginia Highland, Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, and Candler Park. It is set in the northeast corner of the city and was established in 1905. A claim to to fame for the area is the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, built in 1982. In addition, the neighborhood is home to several other historic buildings, including the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, Western Electric Company Building, the Briarcliff Plaza, and the Highland Inn.

If you are looking for things to do in Poncey-Highland, look no further! With so much surrounding it, as well as its location on the Atlanta Beltline, you can visit plenty of shopping and dining destinations, such as Ponce City Market, Midtown, and Old Fourth Ward. You can also go into Buckhead to see the high-end stores of Atlanta. Don’t forget to visit Turner Field for the Braves final season at “the Ted” in 2016!

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The total area of this neighborhood is only 0.44 square miles and population is at about 3,100 people. Public schools assigned to Poncey-Highland are Springdale Park Elementary School, Inman Middle School, and Grady High School, at time of post.

Poncey Highland Neighborhood Website

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