Kirkwood is one of Atlanta's most up-and-coming neighborhoods. Just five miles from Downtown, this community is considered a small town in a big city with a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Key Features

Victorian Splendor: Some of Atlanta's most beautiful and historic Victorian homes can be found in Kirkwood, as well as a mixture of larger homes, smaller post-World War II era housing, loft apartments, and new construction.

Sign of the Times: Kirkwood was founded in the 1870s as a residential street car suburb. Located between DeKalb Avenue to the north and Memorial Drive to the south, this neighborhood is known for its community pride, events, and an iconic sign that is constantly repainted based on the holidays and local happenings.

Nest Picks

Kirkyard Public House

Kirkyard Public House is a local gathering spot with rotating regional craft beers and elevated pub grub. This modern tavern is a great place to sit back, relax, and catch a drink with friends.

Sun in My Belly

This local favorite for breakfast or lunch serves up modern twists on classic Southern food. With beautiful decor, friendly service, and lavender biscuits, Sun in My Belly truly lives up to its name.

Kirkwood Village Shops

An all-local, central commercial business district, the Kirkwood Village Shops feature dining as well as retail. This area is also the site for both the Spring Fling and the Kirkwood Wine Stroll, making it a central part of the community.

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