Popular Decatur Neighborhood–Medlock Park

Reasonably priced homes located within close proximity to Emory University are not staying on the market long.  In fact, the average days on the market for nine properties that have sold since January 1, 2014 in the popular Medlock Park area is 41 days!

Homes in the Medlock Park neighborhood located just 2-3 miles from Emory sell between $150,000 and $270,000.  There are currently 14 homes for sale and 16 pending sales since the beginning of the year.

MedlockparkareaMedlock Park is an area surrounded by convenient restaurants, grocery stores, shops, and the vibrant downtown City of Decatur is only a few miles east.

The neighborhood also contains Medlock Park, a lively complex with playgrounds, swimming pool, and an incredible 2 mile walking and bike path; plus the fabulous Shepherd Nature Preserve.


The Medlock Park area is a close knit community with an active neighborhood association.  Prospective home buyers will enjoy the convenient location accessible to all activities, reasonable home prices, and congenial neighbors who walk their dogs, work  in their yards, and supervise their children at the local parks.

If you would like to be part of this special neighborhood, contact Atlanta Decatur Homes, a local Atlanta real estate company, selling homes in Atlanta, Druid Hills, Decatur, Medlock Park, Morningside, Virginia Highlands and Tucker neighborhoods for over 25 years.  We also offer professional Property Management.

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