West End Bungalows, LLC provides quality homes for rent in the West End Historic District of Atlanta as well as in the following surrounding neighborhoods.
West End is located in southwest Atlanta just outside of downtown Atlanta.
Public transportation is easily accessible as the area is served by its own West End Marta Station. Hartfield-Jackson International Airport is just a short 15 minute drive away.
West End is one of Atlanta’s oldest historic neighborhoods – in fact, the community, established in 1835, predates the City of Atlanta itself. Annexed into the city in 1894 as its 7th ward, West End is on the National Register of Historic Places.
In 2008, the neighborhood was the first in Atlanta to break ground on its part of the BeltLine trail, which will connect more than 45 neighborhoods through paths and transit. Its portion of the eventual 22-mile BeltLine arboretum will be a “model mile” for the segments to follow. West End is also home to several tourist attractions, including the Wren’s Nest and Hammonds House Museum.
The Westview neighborhood is located in southwest Atlanta. It includes 40 residential streets as well as a small commercial corridor along Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard. The neighborhood is bordered by Westview Cemetery to the northwest, the West End neighborhood to the east, Beecher Street to the south and Cascade Avenue and Langhorn Street to the east. The neighborhood is primarily composed of Craftsman bungalows built in the early 1900s.
In December 2005 Westview was chosen to be the neighborhood of the month by the Atlanta Development Authority.
Oakland City is a neighborhood in southwestern Atlanta, Georgia, just southwest across the Beltline from West End and Adair Park.
Oakland City was incorporated as a city in 1894 and annexed to Atlanta in 1910.
Oakland City Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It contains wood and brick bungalows as well as Minimal Traditional, English Vernacular Revival, and Craftsman houses. The district included the Withers House, which was demolished in the first decade of the 2000s.
The neighborhood is served by the Oakland City MARTA station.