Nestled in busy downtown Atlanta, Kirkwood is a trendy, modern take on classic city life. Enjoy a selection of fine restaurants, parks, and amenities during the day, and take in the vibrant nightlife in the evening at one of the popular clubs or bars local to the area.
Kirkwood is also known for its exemplary schools, its proximity to popular entertainment and meeting spots, and the Kirkwood Wine Stroll, which draws in popular vendors and attractions from across Atlanta.
The average home value in Druid Hills is currently $697,100, which has grown by 7.9% in the past year, and is projected to grow by 3.4% in the coming year. The price per square foot of property in Druid Hills is currently sits at $383, which is higher than the Atlanta average of $243. For neighborhood meeting dates and upcoming events, make sure to visit the Kirkwood neighborhood website at https://www.historic-kirkwood.org/.
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When it comes to events and attractions, Kirkwood has it all; whether you’re enjoying a festival, parade, or local attraction, Kirkwood is sure to cater to everyone.
The Kirkwood Wine Stroll is a wine tasting event featuring 21 different varieties of wine from all around the globe; ticket are limited and come with a complimentary souvenir wine glass and program.
Part remembrance, part celebration, Battle Atlanta is hosted on land that was one the site of a battle in the Civil War; this event features a Gala Dinner, Van and Walking Tours, a battle re-enactment, live music, and more.
Restaurants and Bars
No matter what flavor you’re craving, the fine dining establishments of Kirkwood have you covered with an eclectic range of artisanal culinary creations; if you’re looking to grab a drink, the bars of Kirkwood offer some of the most extensive alcohol lists in the city of Atlanta.
First established as a market selling fresh ingredients, pantry items, and simple lunch fare, Le Petit Marché has since evolved into a neighborhood favorite for breakfast and lunch food.
1984 Hosea L. Williams Drive, Atlanta, GA 30317
This popular Mexican restaurant offers a taste of Central American flair with margarita pitchers, festive flavors, and traditional offerings like nachos and enchiladas served indoors or on an expansive patio.
1950 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
Opened in 2015 to great critical acclaim, Dish Dive is a highly personal single room dining space with a patio for additional seating; serving a minimalist menu replete with flavors both classic and creative, this hole-in-the-wall has established itself as a hangout for food enthusiasts and casual diners alike.
2233 College Avenue NE, Atlanta GA 30317
Music and Entertainment
If a great nightlife is what you’re looking for, then you’ll love evenings in Kirkwood! Live music, great food, and exclusive parties all come together to make Kirkwood one of the premier entertainment districts in the city of Atlanta.
An American-style lunch and dinner restaurant with local personality, The Pullman offers an extensive draft menu alongside weekly karaoke and a bluegrass brunch.
1992 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
Held in historic Bessie Branham Park, the Kirkwood Spring Fling is a free event featuring a Tour of Homes, an Artist Market, live music, a Kids Area, a variety of local food vendors, and the fun of a large festival with a personal touch.
2051 Delano Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
When it comes to an in-town getaway, Kirkwood is without peer. With four different parks to choose from, each offering an impressive range of recreational activities, Kirkwood has some of the best green spaces in Atlanta.
A recently renovated park in the center of Kirkwood, Bessie Branham Park offers a large playground, sitting areas, open green spaces, off street parking, a baseball field, and is within walking distance from Kirkwood Village.
The Kirkwood Urban Forest and Community Garden is a lush green space located in the heart of Kirkwood; featuring a frog pond, a small green space, and thickly forested areas full of walking trails.
There’s more to a home than just entertainment and scenic views; Kirkwood is known for offering a wide range of amenities to choose from, including gyms, coffee shops, shopping areas, and just about anything else that you would expect in a city like Atlanta.
A specialty coffee and craft beer vendor located in Kirkwood, Taproom Coffee serves masterfully roasted coffee alongside a selection of beers from the local area and elsewhere; in addition to drinks, Taproom also serves pastries and other café-style fare.
R106, 1963 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
A traditional private fitness center that doesn’t require contracted sign-up, LIV offers cardio equipment, weights, group classes, and fitness training regimens.
1853 Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta, GA 30317
Schools and Education
For a family, few aspects of a home are more important than nearby schools; luckily for Kirkwood residents, the schools in this area are some of the best in Atlanta, and carry great acclaim. Whether you’re starting a family or your kids are almost grown, it’s been proven that better schools have an enormous impact on home values.
Kirkwood Quick Facts
Average Home Value: $697,100
1-Year Home Value Change: 7.9%
1-Year Home Value Forecast: 3.4%
Neighborhood Website: https://www.historic-kirkwood.org/
Nearby Neighborhoods and Average Home Values
- Candler Park $510,400
- Druid Hills $447,500
- East Atlanta $267,000
- East Lake $321,700
- Edgewood $266,200
- Inman Park $455,200
- Lake Claire $523,700
- Reynoldstown $291,000
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