Knight Park-Howell Station, also known as Howell Station Historic District or Knight Park Historic District, is a Historic neighborhood in West Midtown Atlanta. Almost all buildings in the area were destroyed in the American Civil War in Sherman’s March to the Sea.
Read all about the history on their site: Howell Station Neighborhood Association . This active neighborhood association also offers its members a “Rewards Card” to obtain discounts to many local businesses. What a way to keep the shopping locally! *smart*
You can also see them on Facebook meet your potential neighbors and read the latest community discussions.
I am enjoying the mixture of old and new homes, each with its own charm- and price tag! I’ve seen listings as low as $60K and as high as $325K.
As I have said for years, there is more to intown SW Atlanta then dilapidated mortgage fraud houses! Within each community you’ll find pioneers etching a space in the city just right for them. It’s not hard to do- there are options, good options and we have neighbors to prove it! The writers and residents of Westview Bungalow had a chat with Creative Loafing…
Today my marketing gurus 🙂 took me to view samples of stock for my business cards.. We’re working with a local press company in Inman Park.. It was very exciting to see her work and know my brand is in the hands of professionals who are also residents committed to seeing our community have and be the best.
It’s a long process but I know in the end it will be worth the wait!
Are you ready?
You may get the help you need to make home ownership a real possibility!!
Find information and support at every turn:
• Get help with your down payment — Apply for down payment assistance grants from local nonprofit organizations, available for a limited time to qualified homebuyers who purchase a home in selected neighborhoods
• Find out if you’re ready to buy a home — Meet one-on-one with professionals to understand the home financing options that may be available
• Prepare for sustainable homeownership —Learn more about finding and financing a home and managing the financial responsibilities of homeownership at Wells Fargo’s video homebuyer education center
• Picture yourself at home — Stop by Wells Fargo’s Affordable Home Tour(SM) viewing center to preview the features and prices of area homes for sale
• See for yourself — Board a neighborhood home tour bus for a free ride to and from homes you’d like to see first-hand
If you have a goal to become a homeowner, you won’t want to miss the Neighborhood LIFT(SM) event, sponsored by Wells Fargo in
collaboration with local non-profit organizations.
Date: February 10-11, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Location: Georgia World Congress Center, Exhibit Hall B1
285 Andrew Young International Blvd. NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Free parking in designated lots, see web site for details.
Admission is free!
Plan to spend some worthwhile time discovering the possibilities of homeownership in Atlanta – and find out if it’s right for you.
or call 866-858-2151
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1. The Neighborhood LIFT program is a collaborative program of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Wells Fargo Foundation, and NeighborWorks America,an independent nonprofit organization.
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