Welcome to Highland Park! Come Thrive With Us!
Located two minutes east of Downtown Chattanooga, Highland Park was incorporated into the City of Chattanooga in 1929. It is bound by Willow and Holtzclaw streets on the east and west, and McCallie Avenue and Main Street on the north and south. Once incorporated, it began to grow into a popular middle-class suburb with access to multiple train lines.
Zip Code: 37404
General Cost of Housing:
Median Gross Rent – $1,565
Median House Value – $340,000
Elementary: Montessori, Orchard Knob, East Side, Battle Academy
Middle: Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy, Orchard Knob
High: Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy, Howard School of Academics
Highland Park has had significant recent success due to its proximity to downtown and its vibrant neighborhood association, with many newly renovated historic homes. It has grown to become one of Chattanooga’s largest urban neighborhoods with an excellent variety of architecture from the 1880s to the 1920s. In 2001, Highland Park was awarded “Neighborhood of the Year” by Neighborhoods, USA.
Highland park contains two well-known parks: Shaw Park (which includes a small playground) and Tatum Park (a large greenspace used for events). It is also home to a local yoga studio, coffee shop, bed-and-breakfast, and a plethora of other small businesses. You are walking distance from Warner Park and the Sculpture Fields and just a few minutes drive from the well-known downtown attractions. Highland Park continues to be one of the most diverse neighborhoods around.
Fun fact: The neighborhood and its homes have been featured in Southern Living, Victorian Times Magazine, HGTV, and the Financial Times over the years.
For 20 years, The Lea Team has been serving this community, maximizing home prices for clients selling their homes, providing honest advice and wise investment strategies for clients purchasing a home, and building communities one neighbor at a time.
For all of your real estate needs, reach out to The Lea Team!