Oakland City, Atlanta

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Oakland City Historic District
Oakland City, Atlanta is located in Atlanta
Oakland City, Atlanta
Location Atlanta, GA
Coordinates 33°43′31.45″N 84°25′35.24″W / 33.7254028°N 84.4264556°W / 33.7254028; -84.4264556Coordinates: 33°43′31.45″N 84°25′35.24″W / 33.7254028°N 84.4264556°W / 33.7254028; -84.4264556
Area 649 acres (263 ha)
Architect Multiple
Architectural style American Four Square, Craftsman, English Vernacular Revival, Folk Victorian, Queen Anne, and Minimal Traditional Cottages
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 03000198[1]
Added to NRHP April 11, 2003

Oakland City is a neighborhood in southwestern Atlanta, Georgia, just southwest across the BeltLine from West End and Adair Park.

Oakland City was incorporated as a city in 1894 and annexed to Atlanta in 1910.[2]

Oakland City Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It contains wood and brick bungalows as well as minimal traditional English Vernacular Revival and Craftsman houses. The district included the Withers House, which was demolished in the first decade of the 2000s.

The neighborhood is served by the Oakland City MARTA station.

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