Ormewood Park is the most historically intact of the 45 neighborhoods along the Atlanta BeltLine, due in part to the juxtaposition of being too expensive and too low-priced to justify tearing down and replacing homes. The leafy green streets are made up most commonly of brick and clapboard houses on an inconsistently gridded street pattern. Housing styles range from Victorian cottages to craftsman bungalows to minimal traditional and ranch homes. Generally 1-1.5 stories, homes in Ormewood Park are cozier which lends itself to an affordable intown neighborhood. With Grant Park next door to the west and Glenwood Park to the north, you have a triangle of park-named neighborhoods, indicative of the greenspaces you will find in this part of town. The Atlanta BeltLine makes up the entire western border of the Ormewood Park neighborhood, which gives you a lot of opportunity to own real estate along the BeltLine corridor! The Atlanta BeltLine then goes north into Glenwood Park along Bill Kennedy Way and south into Boulevard Heights.
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