Neighborhoods

Alpharetta

Founded in 1858 with humble beginnings as a pioneer trading post, the city of Alpharetta has evolved into a thriving suburban business and residential area. With a name derived from the Greek words for first (alpha) and town (retta), Alpharetta is located off GA400 in north Fulton County bordered roughly by the city Roswell to...
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Ansley Park

Classic Tudor, Italian Renaissance, Federal and Colonial style homes grace the winding, tree-lined streets of this historic intown neighborhood. Nestled between Peachtree Street and Piedmont Road, Ansley Park was developed in 1904 as an “automobile suburb” and has evolved into the prestigious and popular neighborhood it is today. An ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts, Ansley...
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Arden – Habersham

A small neighborhood located in the heart of historic Buckhead, Arden/Habersham is located across the street from the Governor’s Mansion with Arden Rd. to the West and Habersham to the East. This highly desirable Buckhead neighborhood is made up a wide variety of home styles with and despite having bordering streets such as Northside Drive...
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Argonne Forest

Named after a battle in France during World War I, Argonne Forest is a small neighborhood developed in the 1950’s, located to the south of West Paces Ferry Rd and to the east of Northside Drive. There are fewer than 200 homes in Argonne Forest, making it the perfect setting for an active neighborhood association...
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Atlanta Memorial Park

A beautiful neighborhood located to the South of Peachtree Creek and West of Northside Drive, Memorial Park is conveniently located between West Midtown and Buckhead, and only minutes away from the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center on Peachtree St NE. Given is proximity to the 200 acre Memorial Park, Bobby Jones Golf Course, and access to...
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Brandon

The Brandon neighborhood, named after Morris Brandon Elementary School is located to the East of I-75 and West of Northside Drive on West Wesley Rd. Development of this classic Atlanta neighborhood began in the 1940’s and now boasts a wide variety of architectural styles including original bungalows, condos, and large new construction homes. While Brandon...
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Brookwood Hills

Founded in 1922, Brookwood Hills is one of the city’s earliest planned neighborhoods. Featuring an enclave design, curvilinear streets, and variety of architectural styles, Brookwood Hills has retained its 1920's era charm even as the area surrounding it has become more developed. Situated across from Piedmont Hospital, and bordered by Peachtree Road and Interstate 85,...
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Buckhead

Looking at Buckhead today, it’s difficult to imagine Henry Irby purchasing the 202 acres surrounding the intersections of Peachtree, Roswell, and West Paces Ferry Roads in 1837 for just $650.00. History tells us after a large deer head was placed on a post near the tavern Irby owned in the mid-1880’s, the area officially became...
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Castlewood

The Castlewood neighborhood is tucked away behind the Trinity Presbyterian Church and Morris Brandon Elementary to the east of Howell Mill and West of Northside Drive. This cozy neighborhood with tree lined streets showcases a wide variety of homes from small ranches, to renovated Colonials and rebuilds. Castlewood is a small neighborhood with just seven...
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Chastain Park

With over 268-acres of green space, Chastain Memorial Park is the largest public park in Atlanta, and serves as the physical and cultural centerpiece of this highly sought-after neighborhood. Residents enjoy the neighborhood’s convenient location, combined with first-rate recreational amenities not easily found in other areas of Atlanta including an arts center, horse park, swimming...
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City of Brookhaven

While the area known as Brookhaven was established in the early 1900’s, Brookhaven did not officially become a city until 2012. Stretching over 12 square miles of Dekalb County, Brookhaven is bordered by I-285 to the north, Peachtree Dunwoody Road to the west, Clairmont and Chamblee Dunwoody Roads to the east, and I-85 to the...
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Collier Hills

Located at the crossroads of Buckhead and Midtown, Collier Hills is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Atlanta. Established in 1941, Collier Hills stretches from Tanyard Creek to Northside Drive and is home to some of Atlanta’s most popular parks including Ardmore Park, Memorial Park and Tanyard Creek Park, which is on the city’s...
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Decatur

Founded in 1823, Decatur is only six miles northeast of Downtown Atlanta, but this dynamic city of 22,000 enjoys a unique history and eclectic style all its own. A thriving year-round festival and event scene attracts thousands to the historic town square for events ranging from craft beer and art festivals to book fairs, concerts...
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Druid Hills

One of Atlanta’s most historic and notable neighborhoods, Druid Hills has the distinction of being designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. When Olmstead began planning the area in 1893, he had already completed his work on New York City’s Central Park, Biltmore Estate in Asheville and the grounds of the U.S. Capitol. Roughly bounded by the...
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East Cobb

Earning the top spot in Money Magazine’s 2016 list of “The Best Place to Live in Georgia,” East Cobb is known for its beautiful neighborhoods, award-winning schools, abundant green space and convenient location. Residents of East Cobb have a Marietta city address, but the region is comprised of an unincorporated area of Cobb County generally...
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Garden Hills

Situated in the heart of Buckhead between Peachtree Road and Piedmont Road, Garden Hills is a popular historic neighborhood featuring winding tree-lined streets, landscaped traffic islands and an eclectic mix of homes. Developed between 1923 and 1941, Garden Hills is known for its neighborhood activities and events including festive holiday parties, a garden club and...
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Grant Park

Home to Atlanta’s oldest public park, the Grant Park neighborhood was named for Lemual P. Grant, a civil engineer considered to be the “Father of Atlanta.” Recognized for its eclectic mix of homes ranging from ornate Victorian and Queen Anne mansions to Shotgun and Craftsman style bungalows, the Grant Park neighborhood is also known for...
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Hanover West

A peaceful community of 100 single-family homes originally developed in the 1960’s, Hanover West is located in Southwest Buckhead just west of I-75 and north of Defoors Ferry Road. The focal point of the community is the popular Hanover West Club, which features swimming pools, tennis courts, and a year round calendar of events coordinated...
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Haynes Manor

Entering Haynes Manor from the neighborhood's stately entrance on Peachtree Road, residents are greeted by some of Atlanta’s most unique and historic architecture. Wooded, picturesque lots line winding streets featuring homes reminiscent of English and French countryside manors. Residents enjoy access to the 200-acre Atlanta Memorial Park, including the Atlanta Memorial Golf Club, Bitsy Grant...
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Historic Brookhaven

Brookhaven was established in 1910 as Georgia’s first planned golf course community. Built around the prestigious Capital City Country Club, Brookhaven is comprised of the areas immediately surrounding the club bordered by Peachtree Dunwoody Road to the west, Mabry Road to the east, Windsor Parkway to the north and Peachtree Road to the south. Residents...
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Inman Park

Developed in the late 1880’s, Inman Park is considered to be Atlanta’s first planned suburb. Originally conceived as an electric streetcar commuter neighborhood, Inman Park contains some of the best examples of 19th century residential architecture in the city including ornate Victorian and Queen Anne homes to smaller bungalows and foursquare style homes. Bounded by...
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Johns Creek

Located in the north-eastern part of Fulton County, Johns Creek offers an idyllic suburban setting for its nearly 80,000 residents with over 13.5 miles of riverfront access and 300 acres of green space. Officially a city since 2006, Johns Creek is now the 10th largest city in Georgia, and was recently ranked third on the...
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Kingswood

Kingswood is an upscale Buckhead neighborhood located to the north or West Paces Ferry Rd and West of Northside Drive. This highly sought after neighborhood offers beautiful tree-lined streets and carefully manicured lawns, with a quiet neighborhood feel, despite being just minutes away from I-75 to the West and the Central Buckhead to the East....
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Margaret Mitchell

The Margaret Mitchell neighborhood, originally called Cherokee Forest, was developed in the 1950’s. It is located to the West of I-75 along W. Wesley Rd with Moors Mill Rd to the South and Nancy Creek to the north. It is known as a quiet, family oriented neighborhood with a strong sense of community and an...
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Memorial Park, Springlake, Wildwood

This charming cluster of intown neighborhoods occupy an area south of Peachtree Battle Avenue, intersected by Howell Mill Road and bordered by Interstate 75 to the west and Northside Drive to the east. Residents flock here for direct access to the Atlanta BeltLine Trail and an abundance of green space including the 200-acre Memorial Park...
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Midtown

The geographic and cultural heart of Atlanta, Midtown is bordered by Buckhead to the north, Downtown to the south, the BeltLine Trail to the east and I-75/85 to the west. Home to some of Atlanta’s top businesses and popular entertainment venues, the crown jewel of this vibrant neighborhood is undoubtedly the historic 185-acre Piedmont Park....
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Morningside, Lenox Park

A lush canopy of mature trees lined the streets of this charming community of approximately 3,500 homes. Established in 1923, the Morningside/Lenox Park neighborhood features a wide variety of home styles ranging from quaint bungalows and cottages to stately colonials and sleek contemporary new construction. With convenient access to numerous area parks, neighborhood restaurants and...
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North Buckhead

North Buckhead is one of Atlanta’s most populated neighborhoods stretching from the Peachtree/Piedmont intersection to the intersection of Nancy Creek and 400 with Roswell Rd to the West and Peachtree Dunwoody to the East. Landmarks include Phipps Plaza, Buckhead Church, the Buckhead Financial District, Chastain Square and ample green space between the Blue Heron Nature...
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Old Fourth Ward

A resilient and resurgent Old Fourth Ward is enjoying its time in the spotlight as one of Atlanta’s hippest and fastest growing neighborhoods. This unique and colorful area hugs downtown Atlanta on the west and is bordered by the BeltLine Trail on the east. Home to several historically significant homes and landmarks, the area also...
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Paces

Paces is a neighborhood in the Buckhead district on the northwest corner of Atlanta. It is bordered on the west by the Chattahoochee River, with Peachtree Creek to the south, and I-75 to the east. Paces is home to North Atlanta High School and Lovett, with Westminster around the corner. Just across the Cobb County...
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Peachtree Heights East

Familiar to generations of Atlanta residents for its peaceful Duck Pond Park, Peachtree Heights East is a century-old neighborhood nestled in the heart of Buckhead. With Peachtree Road on the west, Acorn Avenue on the east, Lindbergh Drive on the south, and East Wesley Road on the north, the Peachtree Heights East area forms a...
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Peachtree Heights West

Established in 1910, The Peachtree Heights Park Historic District (today known as Peachtree Heights West) is the epitome of “old Buckhead” grace and charm. This quiet enclave of approximately 400 homes is located between West Paces Ferry Road to the north, Peachtree Battle Road to the south, Peachtree Road to the east and Habersham Road...
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Peachtree Hills

One of Buckhead’s most popular neighborhoods, Peachtree Hills is located east of Peachtree Road between Peachtree Creek on the south and Lindbergh Drive on the north. Peachtree Hills was developed in 1910 on land that was then between the village of Buckhead and the city of Atlanta. Today, residents enjoy a park, community gardens and...
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Peachtree Park

The Peachtree Highlands-Peachtree Park Historic District is a neighborhood of single-family homes and duplexes dating primarily from the 1920s and 1930s. The oldest section of the neighborhood, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was known as Peachtree Highlands. Today, the entire neighborhood identifies itself as Peachtree Park and is bounded by Piedmont Road...
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Randall Mill

Randall Mill is located to the east of I-75 with West Paces Ferry to the south and Nancy Creek to the north yielding quick access to Buckhead, Midtown, and Cobb County. Like many old Buckhead neighborhoods, do not be surprised to find a 1950’s ranch next door to a newly renovated 15,000 square foot home...
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Roswell

The historic city of Roswell is located 20 miles north of Atlanta on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in an area the Cherokee Indians called the “Enchanted Land.” Officially a city for 154 years, Roswell was once home to a thriving mill industry producing everything from textiles to flour, and is now home to...
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Sandy Springs

Sandy Springs became the first new city in Georgia in almost 50 years when it was established in 2005. Ideally situated in north Fulton County, this sprawling community of over 100,000 residents straddles I-285 and GA400, and is bordered by Buckhead to the south, Brookhaven and Dunwoody to the east, the Chattahoochee River to the...
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Smyrna

Settled by pioneers in 1832, Smyrna is home to approximately 56,000 residents who enjoy the city’s enviable location 10 miles north of downtown Atlanta, bordered by I-285 and Vinings to the east, Marietta and I-75 to the north, Powder Springs to the west and Mableton to the south. New mixed-use developments featuring stylish single-family homes...
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Tuxedo Park

Tuxedo Park has evolved from a densely wooded area dotted with sprawling farmlands to become the quintessential Buckhead neighborhood. Generally bounded by Valley Road on the east, Blackland Road on the north, Northside Drive on the west and West Paces Ferry Road on the south, the streets of Tuxedo Park display grand historic homes with...
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Vinings

Vinings is a popular unincorporated town in Cobb County occupying a little over three square miles of land bordered generally by the Chattahoochee River to the east, I-285 to the west, the Cumberland shopping area to the north and the city of Smyrna to the south. This charming area is known for its small-town atmosphere...
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Virginia-Highland

Established in the early 20th century, this beloved historic neighborhood is named for the intersection of Virginia Avenue and North Highland Avenue where the area’s residential and entertainment districts converge to form the heart of this dynamic community. Known for its century-old bungalows and historic multi-family dwellings, Virginia Highland is also home to Atlanta’s oldest...
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West Peachtree Battle

West Peachtree Battle is located on the west side of I-75 with Moores Mill Rd to the north and Peachtree Creek to the South. This small neighborhood is approximately one third of a square mile and is tucked away on the far west side of Buckhead. Despite the small land area, home styles are quite...
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White Water Creek

White Water Creek is a small neighborhood on the northwest side of Buckhead with I-75 to the southwest, the Chattahoochee River to the Northwest and East Palisades Trailhead to the North. This “Inside the Perimeter” neighborhood is easy to confuse with a location far outside of the city with its abundance of nature, river access...
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Wildwood

Wildwood is conveniently located on the east side of I-75 with Peachtree Creek to the north and Howell Mill Rd to the East. This popular neighborhood is home to Beaverbrook Park, Howell Mill Village, and just minutes away from Memorial Park, Piedmont Hospital and West Midtown. It features an eclectic mix of old and new...
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