The most frequent style of home in the Kingsley, Strathmoor and Wellington neighborhood is Cape Cod, although Traditional, Bungalow and Ranch styles are scattered about. Most of the homes in this area of the Highlands were built in the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s. The average above grade square footage for homes in the Kingsley, Strathmoor and Wellington neighborhoods is around 1,800 square feet.
These neighborhoods are located just north of Interstate 264 on the outer edge of the Highlands known as the Upper Highlands. The historic Farmington Plantation
is located very close to the Kingsley, Strathmoor and Wellington area. This hemp plantations house was built in 1815 for John and Lucy Speed and their 13 children. Restaurants in this area of the Upper Highlands include Buckhead Mountain Grill, Applebee’s and Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen. Seneca Park is a little more than a mile from this area as well. Schools close to Kingsley, Strathmoor and Wellington are Assumption High School, St. Raphael Elementary School, Hawthorne Elementary and Atherton High School.
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