The best word to describe the Kirkwood neighborhood is historic. Kirkwood began developing in the late 19th century. In the early 20th century, it was connected by streetcar to the rest of Atlanta. As with the rest of the city, the community’s racial and social makeup went through major changes as local schools went through forced segregation. Today, the community has started to flourish again as middle-class families move into town and offers beautiful houses for rent in Kirkwood GA.
We Honor Kirkwood’s Community and History
At Atlanta Luxury Rentals, we honor the area’s unique history by preserving our rentals in Kirkwood Atlanta while giving them a luxury upgrade. Want to vacation in a 1920s bungalow with a state-of-the-art kitchen and giant flatscreen TV in your living room? We have that. Your backyard is the perfect place to enjoy the quiet and peace of Kirkwood.
We don’t skimp on the amenities in any of our homes. Our bathrooms are fully stocked with soft towels and Molton Brown toiletries. Clawfoot tubs and beautifully preserved hardwood floors give our homes a distinct elegance. We stock your spacious kitchen with modern equipment and appliances, so you can cook, dine, and entertain at any time and in any way you’d like. We even supply you with a coffee grinder, French press and Keurig for multiple ways to make the freshest cup of morning joe.
Our Kirkwood Rentals are Close to the Action but Peaceful
If you want to be close to the hustle and bustle of downtown Atlanta and the Westside, but want a little R&R in a peaceful community, then our Kirkwood Atlanta rentals are the right choice for you. The neighborhood is smaller and quainter than Atlanta’s busier neighborhoods, but you’ll be close enough to all the activity. Kirkwood has a strong sense of community, with several events hosted by the neighborhood association every year, including the family friendly Kirkwood Spring Fling and Tour of Homes.
Visit the pb&j gallery, a modern art gallery that celebrates local photography, painting, collage and sculpture art, or tour the art galleries, boutiques, and other unique shops that give Kirkwood that special feel while tasting wines from around the world during the annual Wine Stroll.
While here, visit the former Kirkwood School is located on Kirkwood Road just north of Bessie Branham Park. It was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places and was a historic site during the Civil Rights Movement.
The annual Battle Atlanta event remembers the historic Civil War battle with a gala dinner, a 5K run, van and walking tours, reenactments, historic music concerts and dramatic performances.