In the early 1900’s Vinings was a resort for those living in down town Atlanta. Vinings proper is made up of just 10,000 acres. The area that makes up Vinings was originally owned by Hardy Pace who helped to found Atlanta. He operated the ever popular Pace’s Ferry that ran across the Chattahoochee River, in this area between Atlanta and Buckhead In 1884 he was buried in a small family cemetery atop Vinings Mountain, now called Mount Wilkinson. Vinings was first named Crossroads, and then Paces. In 1904, the final name change was in honor of an engineer who helped to lay the Western and Atlantic Railroad tracks through the town.
Vinings in Made up of many small neighborhoods. A few of these neighborhoods are Bakers farm, Woodland Brook, Rebel farm, Brandy Station, Randall Farm, Cochise, Vinings Heights, Stillhouse, Knob Hill, Valley Creek, Brookview, Landsdowne, Valley Trail, Orchard Valley, Orchard Run, Orchard lake, Polo Lane and Farmington.
Homes in Vinings proper range from the 400’s to over 2 million dollars.
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