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The Eastside of Atlanta contains some of the most liveable, walking neighborhoods in metro Atlanta and stretches all the way to the edges of Stone Mountain, Clarkston and Lithonia. When General Sherman marched his Union Army from downtown to Savannah, the neighborhoods of Inman Park, Kirkwood and Decatur were the final standings for the Confederates as they lost the Battle of Atlanta. In the late 19th century, Inman Park and the Eastside neighborhoods were the first “garden suburbs” to be developed. Buckhead and other neighborhoods to the North came later. The Arts district of Atlanta is in Midtown. Some of the most popular neighborhoods for living in Atlanta, at all price points, are on the Eastside. Some of the best school districts in Georgia are in these neighborhoods, and real estate prices range from the low five figures in South Decatur for fixer-upper ranches and bungalows to quite a few multi-million dollar penthouse condos and mansions in Midtown.