Showcased Metro Atlanta Neighborhoods
- Druid Hills - Druid Hills offers its residents a great selection of traditional brick homes built on the early 1900's, in addition to some newer construction on the Burbanck Park side of the community. The rich history of the area shows on a casual drive through the neighborhood
- Derby Hills - Derby Hills is a well established neighborhood located in Brookhaven near the intersection of Peachtree-Dunwoody Road and Windsor Parkway. The Brookhaven community offers a wonderful urban lifestyle while also offering large single family homes, giving it a bit of a suburban feel. There are many parks and green spaces nearby, as well as city conveniences […]
- Granger Mill - Granger Mill is a charming neighborhood built in the late 1960s just inside the perimeter between Chamblee Dunwoody and Ashford Dunwood road, south of Murphy Candler Park. Each lot has beautiful, mature landscaping on level lots with uncommon privacy in the city setting. The neighborhood is full of traditional colonial style homes with brick or […]
- Ansley Park - Ansley Park is a prestigious residential neighborhood and home to the Ansley Park Country Club. It is located just east of Midtown and north of Piedmont Park, with extremely easy access to downtown and all major interstates.
- Huntley Hills - Huntley Hills is a small, inside-the-perimeter subdivision in the north part of Chamblee, GA. Originally developed 1959-1977, this neighborhood is situated between N. Shallowford and Chamblee-Dunwoody Roads to the northwest of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. This conveniently located neighborhood provides residents easy access toI-285 and I-85, as well as GA-400 via I-285. Original homes are 3- […]
- Alexandria - Alexandria is a gated town home community conveniently located inside the perimeter in Brookhaven near the intersection of Peachtree and Lenox roads. It is within walking distance to Lenox Mall and Phipps Plaza as well as Buckhead’s financial district. Residence enjoy fine dining right outside their door in an upscale urban setting. It is an […]
- Cambridge Park and Hampton Hall - Cambridge Park and Hampton Hall subdivisions are two beautiful communities that share swim and tennis facilities. They are located in Brookhaven just north of Peachtree road and south of Johnson Ferry Road. Homes in these well established communities have large lots. Because families in these neighborhoods are not typically transient, there are not often many […]
- Knolls of Nancy Creek - The Knolls at Nancy Creek was developed on the banks of Nancy Creek in the early 1990s. A beautiful neighborhood of luxury designer homes, true pride in ownership is reflected in each home. It is a close-knit community that welcomes new comers with open arms. The neighborhood association hosts community building events throughout the year.
- Brookhaven Commons - Brookhaven Commons is a beautiful gated community located just west of Peachtree road. Real estate in this community were built in the early 2000s and are typically just under 3,000 square feet. Most homes have two story entries that lead to custom built kitchens, large, luxurious master bedrooms and ample bathrooms. Homes recently have sold […]
- Brookhaven Woods - Homes in this neighborhood are townhomes built in the 1980s, with many exterior and interior enhancements. All of the buildings in the community have recently received new exterior paint, exterior light fixtures and upgraded, lush landscaping that give these townhouses great curb appeal. Many of the homes have also been upgraded in the interior to […]
- Peachtree Battle - Peachtree Battle Road and the surrounding neighborhood are named for the pivotal battle of Peachtree Creek in the campaign for Atlanta during the Civil War. Peachtree Creek runs through Atlanta Memorial Park, Bobby Jones Golf Course and the heart of Peachtree Battle neighborhood. To the south, Tanyard Creek Park is located near where the center […]
- Cabbagetown - Cabbagetown is Atlanta's oldest industrial settlement, founded in 1885, the community was made of mostly of laborers at the Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill until the mill shut down in early 1970s. Many of the mills laborers came from the N. GA Appalachians and brought their rich mountain culture, including their religion, crafts,