Little Five Points

Little Five Points

Little Five Points

Just south of “the Highlands” lies a neighborhood with more attitude per square acre than perhaps the rest of the city combined. Geographically named Little Five Points, this mixture of secondhand shops sprang up around the corner from where Euclid and McLendon Avenues converge on busy Moreland Avenue. Since the designation “Five Points” was long-ago granted to the downtown train station where the five main MARTA lines come together, the five points formed by this busy east-side intersection assumed the nickname Little Five Points, or more easily put, L5P.  Touching on the old neighborhoods of Inman Park and Candler Park, much of the real estate in L5P is surprisingly priced well beyond the range of the young rebels that flock to its commercial district. Many nicely-restored bungalows and even post-Civil War era homes line the peaceful streets nearby, including a good number of respectable bed-and-breakfasts. Today L5P is a diverse and very unique neighborhood that has somehow managed to stick together through the thick and thin of the economy.

Little Five Points Foreclosures

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Little Five Points Homes

Little Five Points Bungalows

Little Five Points Townhomes

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Little Five Points Rental Properties