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Welcome to Piedmont Heights, Atlanta.
The suburb is situated east of the city and is Atlanta's oldest neighborhood, settled in 1822 by a man named Benjamin Plaster. Mr. Plaster built a bridge over Peachtree Creek, and the trail leading up to it later became what is now Piedmont Road. Piedmont Heights features plenty of historic buildings such as the oldest house in Atlanta; a two-story Liddell house from 1860, situated on Montgomery Ferry. This hip little neighborhood is conveniently positioned just a few minutes from Midtown and Downtown, with plenty of trails and green spaces accenting the wonderful mix of historic and modern construction. Piedmont Heights is an eclectic enclave, featuring a little bit of everything. For instance, the neighborhood offers two major green spaces in the form of Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, both wonderfully landscaped places that are well worth a visit. For those with furry little friends, there is a dog park where you can socialize with other pet lovers. If you're looking for shopping (aside from several smaller shops here and there), the best place to go is the Atlantic Station two miles down the road. Here, you'll find larger stores like Dillard's, Express and Target, as well as a plethora of great restaurants. If you love Asian food this is the place to be. Finally, the neighborhood hosts a bunch of events throughout the year, like the AIDS walk Atlanta where thousands of people come for the 5K-charity run!
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