Oakcliff Apartments for Rent
The neighborhoods that make up the Oakcliff community can be found just southeast of the Fulton County Airport-Brown Field, and slightly east of Adamsville. The cost of a home in one of these neighborhoods can range from the mid $70s to the upper $120s, all the way up to more than $300,000. There are a number of bus stops located around the area, making travel to other areas of the city possible for those who lack their own transportation.
Sports fans in the neighborhoods have both Turner Field, the Home of the Atlanta Braves, and The Georgia Dome at their doorstep, and just a few miles further is the East Point Velodrome Association, which offers a number of cycling events for athletes of all skill levels, from beginners to professionals.
For the academically-inclined Oakcliff resident, there are a number of colleges in the area, including three of the best-known historically African-American colleges: Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Morris Brown College. Georgia Tech University is also easily accessible for people in this community, as well as the Carver Bible College and two campuses of Clark Atlanta University.
Several of Atlanta’s historical and cultural landmarks are located within a few miles of the community, including The Wren’s Nest—where author Joel Chandler Harris penned the Uncle Remus stories—and the home where Margaret Mitchell wrote the Civil War epic Gone with the Wind. The High Museum of Art, Herndon Home Museum, and The Fox Theater are also easily accessible for residents of these neighborhoods.
Outdoor enthusiasts also have an abundance of recreational options at their doorsteps, as the Oakcliff neighborhood is located less than 10 miles from Sweetwater Creek State Park, which offers more than 2,500 acres of walking and hiking trails, open green space, and picnic areas. Piedmont Park, with its walking and biking trails, open green space, and conservatory can also be reached from this community via mass transit or car.