Ansley Arms

About Ansley Arms

Ansley Arms is a 1940s condo conversion in the desirable neighborhood of Ansley Park. This European style stucco building makes a charming home for these bright and spacious homes. The Ansley Park neighborhood is popular not only for its quiet, privileged feel, but for its proximity to Piedmont Park and McClatchy Park. You can also walk down the street to Midtown’s cultural hubs the High Museum, Woodruff Center as well as the restaurants and nightlife. You’re also just a couple of miles south of Buckhead where some of the best shopping in the country can be found.
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1230 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

  • Neighborhood Ansley Park
  • Building Type 1-4 Stories
  • Ownership Condo
Price, High to Low
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Listing information last updated on October 23rd, 2019 at 11:15am PDT.

Amenities at Ansley Arms

Building Amenities

  • Outdoor Kitchen / BBQ

Parking Features

  • Surface

Unit Amenities

  • Air Conditioned
  • Gas appliances
  • W/D connections

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