• Overview
  • History
  • Schools
  • At-a-Glance
  • Ansley Park Homes and Lifestyle
    Today, Ansley Park offers residents a choice of contemporary, traditional, colonial, neo-classical, Tudor, Italian Renaissance and Craftsman-style homes. Ansley Park is in a great location in that it is convenient to Midtown, Downtown, and Buckhead.  The Ansley Park Civic Association is very engaged in the neighborhood and effective in meeting the needs of the residents.  Within Ansley Park, there are five additional parks: two with playgrounds, one with tennis courts, one with a baseball field and a dog park, as well as ponds and creeks.[1] Both Ansley Golf Club and Piedmont Driving Club are within walking distance from Ansley Park.  Favorite Atlanta destinations such as Piedmont Park, the Beltline, High Museum of Art, the Woodruff Arts Center and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, as well as many popular restaurants and shopping areas surround Ansley Park. Ansley Park offers many organizations and activities for its residents, making it a wonderful place to call home.

  • Ansley Park History
    Ansley Park, founded in 1904, was the ambitious endeavor of Atlanta businessman Edwin P. Ansley.[2] Edwin Ansley, along with other area businessmen, purchased a large tract of land located in between what is now Monroe Drive and Peachtree Street. Historic Ansley Park was developed with the intention of creating a desirable community nestled away from the commotion of city life for Atlanta’s wealthiest and most prestigious families.[3] The area was intentionally built to have an oasis-like feel, with wide streets, plush greenery and several parks. The Governor’s Mansion was located in Ansley Park for many years prior to its current location on W. Paces Ferry Road.[4] The Ansley Golf Club, established in 1912, has received recognition from Sports Illustrated as one of the top nine-hole golf courses in the nation. Ansley Golf Club members also enjoy the amenities of the town club and country club.[5] The Ansley Park Civic Association, in existence since the 1960s, continues to fulfill the dream of Edwin Ansley’s century-old vision.

  • Ansley Park Schools
    Ansley Park is located within the Atlanta Public School district.  Children will attend Morningside Elementary, Inman Middle School, and Henry W. Grady High School.  For Private School options, the neighborhood is ideally located to be convenient to both The Paideia and The Children's School to the Southeast and The Westminster Schools, The Lovett School, Pace Academy, Holy Spirit Preparatory School, Atlanta Girls School, and Atlanta International School to the North.  Woodward Academy is also an option as the school sends a bus that picks up children at Ansley Mall.

  • Ansley Park, at-a-glance