As THE defining neighborhood of Atlanta's Eastside, Decatur sits between 285 on the east and Inman Park on the west. Recognized nationally as one of the country's "10 Great Neighborhoods" by the American Planning Association, Atlantans know it's "greater in Decatur." Endemic of the architectural feeling of Decatur is the Craftsman style home- as one of ATL's most desired communities for decades you'll find a wealth of options in every state of repair from completely original to contemporary remodels. As the county seat of DeKalb, Decatur truly embodies a city-within-a-city vibe. Walkability is a mainstay characteristic of this neighborhood, residents enjoy shops,parks and restaurants that draw visitors from all over the metro area. Additionally City of Decatur schools are regionally recognized for scholastic excellence and are yet another one of the many draws for this formidable Atlanta community.
Agnes Scott College, Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur Square, The Old Courthouse, Decatur City Hall, DeKalb Farmers Market, Decatur Arts Festival, Decatur Book Festival, Decatur Wine Festival, Decatur Craft Beer Festival, An endless list of award-winning restaurants.
Elementary: Clairemont, Glennwood, Oakhurst, Winnona Park, 4th/5th Academy
Middle: Renfroe Middle School
High School: Decatur High School
Adair Park, Ebster Park, Glenlake Park & Pool, Hidden Cove Park, Mead Road Park, McKoy Park, Oakhurst Park, Scott Park, Lanier Gardens, Sycamore Park, Winnona Park,
Toy Park, The Park at Decatur Square, PATH Trail