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Communities


 
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Atlanta has an intown neighborhood for every personality. Here are a few that we specialize in:

Brookhaven

South of Chamblee and North of Buckhead is Brookhaven, a prestigious, upscale enclave of homes, golf courses, restaurants and shops. Brookhaven is home to the Capital City Club, the oldest social club in the state. As a result, Brookhaven still retains a “members only” neighborhood feel with plenty of social and society gatherings throughout the year. The landscaping in the area is breathtaking with rolling hills, winding streets and beautiful, mature trees at every turn. Homes in the area are cottage style Tudor, English and Colonial. The public schools are considered some of Atlanta’s very best.

Ashford Park

In northwest DeKalb just outside the Atlanta city limits, only a couple of miles from GA 400 and I-285 is fast-growing, family-centered Ashford Park. Most homes in the area date to the 50s and represent the one-story, classic ranch style. Residents love the suburban feel of their neighborhood, but the intown benefits of living so close to the city and all of its urban amenities.

Druid Hills

One of Atlanta’s first suburbs is still one of its most beautiful. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Druid Hills offers tree-lined streets and vistas with ample public parks. Served by its main thoroughfare, Ponce De Leon Avenue, Druid Hills was planned so that traffic would meander in a way to keep the natural surrounding undisturbed.

Virginia Highlands

A perfect blend of top restaurants, shops, salons, art galleries, coffeehouses, and nightlife, Virginia Highlands continues its long history as one of Atlanta’s most popular and visited neighborhoods. Bungalow homes cluster along the hills and side streets and are within walking distance of the town’s center and parks. The neighborhood is named for its intersecting roadways, Virginia and Highlands.

Morningside/Lenox Park

Adjacent to Virginia Highlands and similar in style, Morningside/Lenox Park features many English and Tudor style homes and is surrounded by more than a dozen well-kept parks and recreation areas. Proximity to Atlanta and notable intown neighborhoods and great public schools makes Morningside/Lenox Park a highly-regarded and sought-after area.

Community Information

The links below will provide a brief history and description of the communities that make up the Atlanta metropolitan area.

If the community you would like to learn more about is not listed above click on the links within this text to learn more about the community, the schools, or recent home sales reports.