Developed by Edwin P. Ansley in 1904, Ansley Park has matured from a treeless suburb in its early years, to its fashionable heyday in the 1920s. It survived through the hard times and housing crunch of World War II when many fine homes were transformed into rooming houses. The neighborhood began a resurgence in the 1960s and now stands steadfast as a vital residential neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Built in 1989 as apartments and converted to condominiums in 1998, the Ansley Terrace offers the amenities and style you expect from an intown residence, with the location you deserve.
Featuring 70 units with uncompromising views of the downtown skyline and hidden garden oases, the Ansley Terrace is the place to call home.
Within close proximity to the High Museum of Art, unique restaurants and eclectic stores, the Ansley Terrace offers many amenities. The Atlanta Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, the Ansley Golf Club, the Piedmont Driving Club and Marta are just around the corner.
Schools include Morningside Elementary, Inman Middle School, Grady High School, and Northside High School.
The Ansley Terrace is also located next door to The Colony Square Mall, featuring the W Hotel Midtown, Blimpie, European Kitchen Express, Tamarind Seed Restaurant, Leaves & Loaves all at the Colony Square Mall and Professional Office Towers.
Here you will also find a luxury health club and gym, numerous restaurants and shops, professional medical and corporate services, and the Colony Square concierge. All of this is just a few minutes walk from your front door.
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individual storage facilities Ansley Park was established in 1904, and over the years has become one of Atlanta’s premier neighborhoods. Its beauty and sense of community are reflected in the great diversity of architectural stylings, wide, meandering roads, and broad, open parks that characterize this historic district.