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An Atlanta Beltline Neighborhood

If you are looking for Sherwood Forest homes for sale, below you will find valuable information about this popular Atlanta Beltline neighborhood, as well as extensive Atlanta home search capabilities - including just listed homes for sale, foreclosures and more.

Minutes from the Midtown Atlanta business district and just around the corner from Ansley Park and Piedmont Park, Sherwood Forest has what every home buyers wants in a home and neighborhood -- a prime location, upscale historic homes, excellent schools, parks, nearby restaurants, and a friendly, active community.

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This quiet neighborhood adjacent to the popular Ansley Park community offers a wide range of archtectural styles, from the 1920s bungalows to 1960s ranch style homes, with a few new contruction luxury homes speckled throughout the neighborhood. Home prices range from about $400K to $1.8 Million, so there is something for almost every budget.

If you've ever read the story of Robin Hood, you can probably guess the names of many streets in Sherwood Forest....Friar Tuck Road, Donacaster Dr, Robin Hood Rd, and Nottingham Way.

Are schools important to your home search? If so, this neighborhood has it covered. Children in Sherwood Forest attend some of the City of Atlanta's finest public schools -- Morningside Elementary School, Inman Middle School and Grady High School. There are also some wonderful private schools nearby.

Would you like more information about schools, festivals, local hot spots and the Midtown Atlanta / Sherwood Forest real estate market? Call us anytime at 404.721.3001.


Atlanta Beltline Overview

The Beltline is the largest neighborhood revitalization effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta will not only connect 45 Atlanta neighborhoods and provide transportation, it will include 22 miles of pedestrian friendly rail transit that will connect 45 Atlanta neighborhoods, 33 miles of walking trails, over 1,000 acres of parks, affordable housing, as well as public art displays and historic preservation.

Map of Beltline Neighborhoods

As you will see from the map below, the Sherwood Forest community is on the north east section of the beltline rail, slightly south of Piedmont Park. For additional maps, the official Beltline website has some great options.

Map of Beltline Neighborhoods

Learn more about the Atlanta Beltline on the official website.