Little Five Points and Inman Park
About 4 miles east of Downtown, this neighborhood was laid out by famous developer Joel Hurt in 1889. Since then it has faded and flourished a number of times, which explains the vast gaps in opulence evident in much of the architecture here. Huge, ornate Victorian mansions sit next to humble bungalows. But no matter the exact address or style of home—be it modest or massive—Inman Park now commands considerable cachet among many different constituents, including young families, empty nesters, and gays and lesbians. Nearby you'll also find the delightfully countercultural Little Five Points section, with funky boutiques, neighborhood bars, and ethnic eateries.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Freedom Park Trail
One of the neighborhood's best features is the Freedom Park Trail, a particularly pleasant stretch of the PATH Foundation's more-than-160-mile…Learn More >