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With over a decade of experience, an intimate knowledge of the area, and a natural knack for negotiation, we at Natalie Gregory Sold have made our mark as the best in the Atlanta, Georgia real estate market. We’re proud to say that we’ve been named the Top Real Estate Team by the DeKalb Association of Realtors every year since 2009!
Employing cutting-edge information technology and marketing strategies, we deliver the results you want, whether you’re buying a home or selling one. This, coupled with a sincere understanding of people’s needs when it comes to housing, is how we’re able to give you the best service possible.Meet
Known as Atlanta’s first suburban community in the northern section of the city. Ansley Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s unique in that this planned residential community has been able to survive, when the high rise office towers of Midtown’s bustling business district tower over it.Read
Decatur is the county seat of DeKalb County and is just over a 10-minute drive east from downtown Atlanta. A thriving, continuously growing city, Decatur stands out as one of the best places to live in the region.
Billed as one of the most progressive cities in the South, Decatur is noted for the high civic involvement of its residents. At its geographic heart you will find several neighborhoods that capture the city’s evolution from a sleepy small town into what it is today – the choice address of young professionals.Read
Midtown is one of Atlanta’s premier neighborhoods. Located in the heart of the city, with both an active arts and business district, as well as a plethora of housing options, one can really live, work, and play in this neighborhood. (Joy Johnston) It is the center of Atlanta’s Arts and Culture and is home for an increasing number individuals and families who appreciate the advantages of intown living. (Middle Bass on the Web, Inc.)Read
The City of Avondale Estates was founded by George Francis Willis in 1924. The plans for his City were inspired by the trip he and his wife, Lottie, had taken to Stratford-upon-Avon. He aspired to recreate the majestic Tudor-Revival style architecture found at the birthplace of William Shakespeare in England. With the guidance of internationally known city planners, Willis proceeded to develop what would later be known as the only documented example of a “planned” city in the Southeast. Today it is named on the National Registrar of Historic Places.Read
Just five miles northeast of downtown Atlanta sitsthe affluent community of Druid Hills. Home to two of the world’s foremost research institutions – Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)– it was the brainchild of Atlanta’s leading citizens, including the founder of Coca-Cola. A residential magnet for the well-heeled and the highly educated, Druid Hills has long been the address of choice for Atlanta’s most distinct and notable families.Read
Morningside is a charming, affluent community that extendsacross two zip codes in Atlanta. Known as one of the city’s most walkable neighborhoods, it’s also referred to as Morningside/Lenox Park and has long been considered one of the region’smost desirable places to live.
The neighborhood is known for its serene and friendly vibe, tree-shaded streets, numerous green spaces, dynamic commercial district, and award-winning schools.Read
Considered to be Atlanta’s most lavish neighborhood. Some of the city’s most grand mansions are in this area. It is also home to fine dining, a large entertainment district, and upscale shopping malls. Buckhead also is the city’s financial center, and a large portion of Atlanta’s workforce is employed in this area. (Joy Johnston)
“Filled to the gills with mansions, malls, bars, stores, hotels and restaurants, Buckhead has changed from the idyllic gentlemen’s country north of Atlanta to a playground for the city’s elite cosmopolitans.”
– Atlanta Business Chronicle
Inman Park has a remarkable history that could have ended tragically, but thankfully has resulted in the most triuphant of endings. Atlanta’s first planned community, located just 2 miles east of downtown, the original developer of Inman Park worked tirelessly to create a beautiful neighborhood, and succeeded. It was the place to live in Atlanta at the turn of the century. But the neighborhood fell out of favor, residents left, and neglect moved in. Zoning problems led to the near destruction of the residential community.Read
Virginia Highlands is one of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods. Located next to Midtown, the Highlands have a long and rich history. Originally created to be a trolley community with close access to commercial venues, this neighborhood has been able to retain the close proximity to residential and commercial areas. Everyone from local artists and musicians, students, and young families live in this area. Atlantans come here for some of the best dining and entertainment options in the city. (Joy Johnston)Read
Candler Park is a wonderful neighborhood with beautiful 1920s Craftsman bungalow homes, excellent parks, and a fun business district located on Atlanta’s east side near Emory University. (Atlanta-Midtown)
Originally Candler Park was a separate city known as Edgewood, but in 1908 it became a part of Atlanta. Part of the area was used as a Union camp during the Civil War. The neighborhood has retained its cultural diversity to the present day, and remains one of Atlanta’s most colorful and eclectic communities. (Joy Johnston)
The majority of homes in the neighborhood have been renovated and many are true showplaces. CandlerRead
Lake Claire is a northeast Atlanta neighborhood that features a great mix of home styles, mature trees, parks, gardens, sidewalks, and, most importantly, great residents! (Lake Claire Neighbors, Inc.)Read
Atlanta exceeds all expectations with natural marvels and modern thrills alike. Bask in the wonder of the whale shark and other sea creatures at one of the world’s largest aquariums in Downtown. Soak up the sun with Sumatran tigers and red pandas at Zoo Atlanta. Stroll through the city on the Atlanta Beltline, a 22-mile historic rail corridor connecting 45 in-town neighborhoods through multi-use trails.
Sample a selection of the world’s finest cuisine with acclaimed restaurants across the city. “What’ll ya have?” at The Varsity, the world’s largest drive-in retstaurant only moments from Midtown. Brunch couldn’t be better at Sun in My Belly, a European-style neighborhood cafe nestled in Kirkwood. Step into The Vortex, home of unique tastes, beer, and the best burger in Little 5 Points.
Film fanatics can feel at home as Atlanta continues to develop into the Hollywood of the South. With Tyler Perry Studios established in 2006, the area is quickly becoming a favorite location for productions such as The Walking Dead and The Hunger Games. Step back in time with a tour of the Margaret Mitchell House, birthplace of the iconic novel made film, Gone With the Wind...Read
“Natalie’s hard work and excellent reputation helped us win a multiple offer contract on the home we love. She was persistent and responsive, even over a holiday weekend. She always had our interests in mind, not her own. We feel lucky to have worked with Natalie to find a place
All around amazing experience. Thomas was always available including late nights and weekends. He answered all of our questions thoroughly and made our first buying experience wonderful!
"Natalie. Is. The. Best! We sold our house in record time even with us being out of the country most of the time. Her design recommendations for making our house "pop" were on-point and under budget. Her whole team is amazing, including the subcontractors she recommended (who also had wonderful
“She's the best! Natalie provides top-notch, full-service real estate service. And she is ready-to-go any time, any day. I remember putting together an offer with her on Thanksgiving, as she prepared her turkey. We have exchanged text messages about showings at 5am and 11pm. Selling my home was stressful. But
"Natalie recently sold our house in Druid Hills. She was knowledgeable, professional, and truly a pleasure to work with from beginning to end. We live out of state—four time-zones away—and were apprehensive about how that might complicate the sales process. Natalie put us at ease from our very first conversation.
“Natalie has helped me sell two houses now. In both cases, she went far beyond what is expected of an agent, guiding me through every phase of the process. Her knowledge of the market and intuition concerning what buyers want are very impressive. She not only understood how my houses
“There's a reason why you see so many Natalie Gregory signs around Decatur; she and her team are beyond dedicated in getting houses sold. I'd highly recommend getting her on your side.”
“Natalie Gregory has a long history of serving the residential real estate needs for the Atlanta market. Her expertise and local knowledge of the residential real estate market in Decatur is unparalleled. Natalie’s professional team is responsive, accommodating, knowledgeable and easy to work with. Her extended team of writers, photographers,
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