Buckhead

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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