Buckhead HOMES FOR SALE
Buckhead Homes For Sale
Arden / Habersham
Ardmore Park is a small neighborhood in south Buckhead built in the 1940’s on the site of Andrew Jackson Collier’s home, between Collier Road and 28th Street, Peachtree and Ardmore Road. It contains both condominiums and houses.
Berkeley Park, established in 1921, for a time was considered part of Underwood Hills. In 1996, Berkeley Park was recognized as an official neighborhood in the City of Altanta.
Founded in 1910, Brookhaven was the first community in Georgia designed around a golf course. Though Brookhaven is considered by many as one of Buckhead’s many neighborhoods, Brookhaven itself includes a number of smaller neighborhoods, including Ashford Park, Brookhaven Fields, Brookhaven Heights, Brookhaven Renaissance, Drew Valley, Hillsdale, Lynwood Park, and the Brookhaven Historic District.
Established in 1923, Buckhead Forest is a quiet neighborhood of 165 homes in central Buckhead.
Homes from high $700’s
Designed by Harrison Design Associates, Atlantas premier architectural firm. The finest quality construction by HASK Construction, Inc., an Atlanta custom home builder since 1975. Authentic European exteriors, coupled with dramatic and exciting interiors offer even the most discerning buyer the ultimate value in Buckhead. Exterior features include gabled roofs, covered porches, copper shed accents, custom traditional windows, carriage garage doors. The interiors offer ten foot ceilings, exquisite moldings and staircases railings, hardwood floors, state-of-the-art kitchens, elegant master suites.
Amenities include, Award winning Sarah Smith school district, Walking distance to Buckhead’s finest shops, Extensive landscaping,mature shade trees, Quiet cul-de-sac.
The Castlewood The neighborhood includes a variety of homes from original 1950’s ranches, to large colonials and large new-construction manors.
Channing Valley (Includes Memorial Park Neighborhood)
The Chastain Park collection of neighborhoods in north-central Buckhead is named after the largest public park in the city of Atlanta, Chastain Memorial Park. This community offers exceptional amenities including Chastain Horse Park and Stables, the North Fulton Golf Course, the Chastain Park Athletic Club and pool, and, the famous Chastain Park Amphitheater.
East Chastain Park
Garden Hills was developed in 1925 as a country club community, just east of Peachtree in what is now central Buckhead.
This central Buckhead neighborhood was founded in the late 1920’s when real estate developer Eugene V. Haynes began subdividing his estate. Many of the first homes built north of Peachtree Battle Avenue were constructed on large double lots in 1926 to 1927, while the south side of the neighborhood was developed later, in the 1930?s and 1940?s, and tended to be on smaller lots. The neighborhood holds significant historical significance, as the site of the Battle of Peachtree Creek during the civil war in 1864
Most of the homes in the neighborhood were built in the early 1960’s, with a few new-construction homes as well. Recent sales in Kingswood have ranged from just under $1 million to over $3 million.
The Community of Loring Heights is a residential neighborhood of around 330 single-family homes, tucked away just a few blocks west of Peachtree, nestled in between Midtown and Buckhead near the Brookwood split. Tree-lined streets, rolling hills and two parks make this neighborhood a true oasis in the city. The neighborhood’s ideal central location provides quick access to I-75/85 and Peachtree, the main arteries of Intown Atlanta.
The Memorial Park neighborhood in Buckhead encircles the 69-acre area of Atlanta Memorial Park, between Howell Mill Road and Northside Drive, and Longwood Drive and Peachtree Battle Avenue. Homes in this neighborhood may also be listed as Rolling Acres.
hese communities can range anywhere from $600,000 to $16 million. Although they are actually individual neighborhoods, often times homes in Mount Paran are listed as simply “Buckhead” as the neighborhood name.
Mount Paran Parkway
North Buckhead is one of the largest communities in Atlanta, with over 3,500 owner-occupied residences, with about a 50/50 mix of single family homes to condos.
Oaks At Buckhead
Peachtree Heights was established on land purchased from Wesley Gray Collier in 1910 and developed by Eretus Rivers (for whom E. Rivers School is named) and Walter P. Andrews. The approximately 400 homes making up Peachtree Heights West tend to be classical and traditional styles on large lots, with more recent homes built on subdivided lots. Peachtree Heights East was also developed by Eretus Rivers on land purchased from Leontine Chisolm Andrews in 1906. Today there are more than 340 homes in Peachtree Heights East.
Peachtree Park is a historic neighborhood of over 550 homes in central Buckhead, bounded by Piedmont Road, Peachtree Road, Highway 400 and the Southern Railway line. The northern section of the neighborhood is the oldest, with homes built in the early 1920’s. The middle section includes Cape Cod, English Cottage and Colonial Revival styled homes built in the 1930’s to early 1940’s. Most of the homes in the southern portion of Peachtree Park were built in the mid to late 1940’s. The entire neighborhood has been placed on the National Historic Register, thereby protecting Peachtree Park from commercial development.
Founded in 1922, Springlake is a neighborhood of about 375 homes in southwestern Buckhead.
South Tuxedo Park
The River West
Tuxedo Park is a historic neighborhood in north central Buckhead, Atlanta. In the mid 1800’s, this area was primarily composed of forest and farms. Tuxedo Park progressed from this, to summer homes of affluent Atlantans, and eventually becoming a prestigious, full-time residential neighborhood. This transformation of residential development occurred over a period of more than 50 years. Many of the homes in the neighborhoods are positioned deep on large lots, so often times the homes cannot be seen from the street.
The area was planned as a neighborhood in the early 1900’s, with building hitting its peak in the 1920’s. The neighborhood of cottages and bungalows was home to many employees of the Seaboard Coastline Railroad. Building continued through the mid and late 1940’s, but the neighborhood was later impacted heavily by the construction of I-75. The 70’s and 80’s were marked by zoning conflicts, as residents sought to maintain the charachter of the neighborhood in the face of increased development around it. In the 1990’s, the neighborhood began to surge in popularity once again.
West Paces Ferry/Northside
Westminister / Milmar
West Peachtree Battle (Wesley Battle)
Residents of the neighborhood of Wildwood enjoy easy access to Atlanta Memorial Park, as well as their own 6.8 acre park with a playscape and softball field at the corner of Brookview Drive and Tennyson Drive.
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