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
- 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,
- 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 […]
- Collier Hills- Collier Hills neighborhood rises from Tanyard Creek and the railroad line to Northside Drive. Most of the homes here were built shortly after World War II. Almost all show signs of recent renovation and expansion. The Ardmore-Anjaco area’s streets are lined with brick/frame cottages, grander two-stories and a sprinkling of newer in-fill homes on modest-size […]
- Brookhaven Gardens- Brookhaven Garden is a beautiful neighborhood built around a community pond and fountain. This luxurious area features newer homes in the North Druid Hills area. Most homes are 3 to 4 sided brick with and open floor plan and modern upgrades such as 2 story foyers, granite counter tops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and […]
- Garden Hills- Developed by Philip C. McDuffie in the 1920″s-30″s, Garden Hills is one of Atlanta”s earliest “suburban” neighborhoods stemming from the increased use of automobiles after WWI. In thos e early days, Garden Hills was a model country club neighborhood with numerous custom-built homes for Atlanta”s wealthy residents. Today, many of those homes continue to impress Atlanta […]
- Woodland Hills- Situated to the south of Lavista Rd. and west of Briarcliff, Woodland Hills is a great Atlanta neighborhood with considerable investment potential. Many residents cite the neighborhood's convenience to Emory University & Medical Center and the CDC
- Chalfont- The much sought after Chalfont neighborhood is located in Brookhaven south of Windsor Parkway, West of Peachtree Road and just east of the Capital City Club. 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 […]
- Sagamore Hills- Sagamore Hills is a beautiful neighborhood in Atlanta originally developed in the 1950's and 60's bordered by Clairmont, Briarcliff, Lavista, and Oak Grove Roads. Most of the original four-side brick ranches are still there and have been well maintained over the years
- Candler Park- The history of Candler Park spans back over a century and offers a selection of bungalows, craftsman and traditional styled homes in a very walk-able area of East Atlanta. Relaxing at the park or enjoying some quiet time at one of the many bookstores or local coffee shops
- Ormewood Park- The Ormewood Park area of East Atlanta is found just East of Grant Park and West of the East Atlanta Village, between Moreland Avenue and East Confederate Avenue. Homes were first built dating back to 1892 when farmland was subdivided.
- The Park at Oglethorpe and Oglethorpe Estates- Oglethorpe Estates boasts million dollar homes as well as homes in the low $400,000 and The Park at Oglethorpe combines the charm of the Oglethorpe University castle with the luxury of country club living. Together, this area attracts many of the home buyers looking to relocate to Brookhaven Atlanta.