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Welcome to Ansley Park, Atlanta.
This affluent neighborhood is located right off Midtown and Piedmont Park. Developed in the early 1900s, the Atlanta suburb was originally designed to accommodate the growing influx of cars. Hence, the roads are wide and winding, rather than the classic grid pattern of many suburbs that instead featured streetcars. The streets here are planned like parkways with neat landscaping, and residents have access to their fair share of green space. Ansley Golf Club borders the neighborhood, and club members can enjoy two first class locations with an adjoining clubhouse. The club is recognized as one of the most family friendly and fun country clubs in all of Atlanta, and offers more than just golf. To only name a few features, the club holds recreational activities like swimming, tennis, fitness and youth programs. Those who are there for the golf though, can challenge their handicap with 27 demanding holes set in a pastoral, sweeping landscape. Residents have access to several schools within the Atlanta Public School District, including Morningside Elementary, Inman Middle School and Henry W. Grady High School. Since the construction of Ansley Park was complete back in 1930, the neighborhood is a real historic gem. So much in fact, that it is designated as a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. The area comes with a price tag however, and the median income in Ansley Park is a whopping $226,000. Prominent residents include Al Horford from Atlanta Hawks, and his wife Amelia Vega, the former Miss Universe. Tom Gugliotta also calls Ansley Park his home, and so does the radio and talk show host Wes Moss.
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