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 & grill, art galleries, and a spa. They also border the Memphis Medical District, a rich concentration of some the best Memphis has to offer in its world-renowned medical industry. Annesdale is home to many of the same architectural styles as neighboring Central Gardens, including American Bungalow, Four Square, Craftsman, and Tudor, and with lush lawns that provide setbacks from the street. Residents here are a short walk from the Medical District, the facilities of the Memphis University Club, as well as Memphis’ Central High School, and are a short drive from Midtown’s Cooper-Young area, Overton Square and Overton Park, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and all that Downtown and the South Main Arts District has to offer. It’s another tightly-knit, friendly neighborhood where just about everybody knows your name.
For more information about Annesdale Park click here: www.memphisheritage.org/annesdale-snowden-historic-district/