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Virginia Highland Real Estate

Often referred to by locals as “the Highlands” or “VaHi”, Virginia Highland is a destination for people across Atlanta to enjoy an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, and shops. Named after the intersection of Virginia Avenue and North Highland Avenue, the neighborhood was founded in the early 20th century as a streetcar suburb and remains a busy commercial district. In 2011, Atlanta Magazine designated Virginia Highland “Favorite Neighborhood Overall” and readers of Creative Loafing voted it “Best Walkable Neighborhood” in 2012.


Things To Do

There are few places in Virginia Highland that can’t be reached by way of a stroll along tree-shaded sidewalks. North Highland Avenue is lined with a vast array of unique businesses. The 26-year-old legendary blues club, Blind Willies, features live music nightly. With the best live band karaoke in town, 10 High Club is a great environment to unleash your inner rock star. Restaurants in Virginia Highland are nearly as popular as the neighborhood is, offering a taste of numerous cuisines. Though VaHi is a peaceful neighborhood, it boasts a robust nightlife, drawing in crowds from all over Atlanta. The Morningside Nature Preserve is a 30-acre hidden gem of hardwoods and pines, perfect for hiking and off-road cycling. Popular among residents is the year-round Morningside Farmers Market, with fresh and organic produce for sale, as well as certified organic meat, fresh-cut flowers, handmade soaps, and artists’ wares. Virginia Highland’s annual Summerfest features live music, kids’ events, and an expansive outdoor artists’ market. Combining the best qualities of urban living and a relaxing community, Virginia Highland offers something for everybody.


Real Estate

Virginia Highland real estate is more sought after than ever for its culturally rich community and historic charm. The neighborhood is best known for its older residences, the Craftsman bungalows that line the streets closest to North Highland Avenue. Other architectural styles include English Vernacular and Colonial Revival. There is a wide variety of lifestyle choices, all located within walking distance to the heart of town.



Virginia Highland is served by the Atlanta Public Schools district, featuring three schools in the area: Springdale Park Elementary, Inman Middle School, and Henry W. Grady High School. Grady High School is known for its four small communities: Biomedical Science and Engineering, Business and Entrepreneurship, Communication and Journalism, and Public Policy and Justice. Also nearby is The Paideia School, a popular option for private education.


Known as a “live, work, play” neighborhood, Virginia Highland is a popular destination for residents and visitors alike. To learn more about homes for sale in Virginia Highland, contact the Hinson Team.