Poncey–Highland is an intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, located south of Virginia–Highland. It is so named because it is near the intersection of east/west Ponce de Leon Avenue and north/southwest North Highland Avenue. This Atlanta neighborhood was established between 1905 and 1930, and is bordered by Druid Hills and Candler Park across Moreland Avenue to the east, the Old Fourth Ward across the BeltLine Eastside Trail to the west, Inman Park across the eastern branch of Freedom Parkway to the south, and Virginia Highland to the north across Ponce de Leon Avenue. The Little Five Points area sits on the border of Poncey–Highland, Inman Park, and Candler Park. Poncey-Highland is a mixed-use suburb set around sprawling Freedom Park, known for its walking trails and art installations. Within the park, the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum traces the story of the Carter presidency, and includes a replica of the Oval Office. The art deco Plaza Theater, a 1939 cinema showing classic movies, sits among diners, pizzerias, and Mexican eateries on Ponce de Leon Avenue.