Like it’s neighbor Virginia-Highland, Poncey-Highland takes it’s name from the intersection of two prominent Atlanta avenues, namely Ponce de Leon and Highland Avenues. Here are the latest Poncey-Highland homes for sale.
Built-up mostly in the early 1900′s, the neighborhood probably most famous for being the home of the Carter Center Presidential Museum. Today, Poncey-highland real estate inventory is comprised mostly of 1920’s bungalows, new construction infill and a few condominiums.
Living in Poncey-Highland residents enjoy easy access to many restaurants, boutiques and bars. Plus it’s centrally located between some of Intown Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods Virginia-Highland, Candler Park and Inman Park. And it’s perfectly located at the cross roads of the Beltline and PATH multi-use trail networks.