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Annesdale Park

Another of Midtown’s land-marked neighborhoods, little Annesdale Park is made up of just four full city blocks. However, they are an eclectic set of blocks, comprised of historic houses, a quaint family-owned restaurant, an old school bar &am...

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Arlington

Just past Lakeland is the growing town of Arlington. A quiet, rural town with a charming town square, some say that Arlington is “Shelby County’s best kept secret.” It combines the best of rural living, with estate-size lots on an abundan...

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Atoka

Approximately 25 miles North of Memphis and just across the line in Tipton County, you will find Atoka, Although the city is considered to be part of the Memphis Metropolitan area, it is far enough away to be able to maintain a distinct, rural ...

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Bartlett

Bartlett is a Neighborhood City comprised mostly of detached, single-family homes. This rapidly growing city in Shelby County, is part of the Memphis Metropolitan Area and is located just northeast of Memphis. Bartlett is easily accessible from...

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Central Gardens

The land-marked Central Gardens neighborhood is a jewel of Midtown. Annually voted Memphis’ Best Neighborhood by Memphis Magazine, a National Historic District for almost 50 years, and one of North America’s best “Old House Neighborhoods,...

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Chickasaw Gardens

Another Mid-South jewel, beautiful Chickasaw Gardens lies east of Midtown, is centrally located and surrounded by the Liberty Bowl and the Mid-South fair grounds, the main Memphis Public Library, the Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium, the gree...

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Collierville

Farther east and past Germantown lies the suburban and country town of Collierville. Collierville’s southern limits sit less than a mile from Mississippi state lines. It was founded in 1835, has ranked in the 100 best places to live, and its ...

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Cordova

East of Memphis, sandwiched between Memphis’ Wolf River to the south and the I-40 to the north, Cordova has the unique Memphis distinction of residing in both city-incorporated and non-incorporated rural areas. Long-ago known for its vast far...

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Cooper-Young

One of Memphis’ many historic districts, and named for the crossroads of Cooper Street and Young Avenue, this neighborhood truly invokes the bohemian spirit. If Midtown is Memphis’ answer to Greenwich Village, then Cooper-Young is its East ...

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Downtown

Downtown is unique, artsy and thriving with new development. Living downtown, you are always just a stones’ throw away from exciting events such as taking in a game at Auto Zone Park, home to the Memphis Redbirds or cheering on the Memphis Gr...

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