Buckhead Real Estate
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Saturday, November 4th, 2017
Widely known as one of the most chic uptown districts in the southeast, Buckhead is a major commercial and financial center, as well as a sought-after residential area. Buckhead’s highrise office buildings, hotels, and condominiums form a highly urbanized core along Peachtree Road. Surrounding this metropolitan core are Buckhead’s suburban neighborhoods, comprised of large single-family homes scattered among dense forests and rolling hills. The sophisticated nature of Buckhead, along with its combination of convenient condominiums and elegant homes, makes it an ideal location for families and singles alike.
Things To Do
Buckhead is an area flush with must-see attractions and things to do, including shopping, art galleries, museums, theater, music venues, nightlife, and parks. Located in the heart of Buckhead around the intersections of Lenox, Peachtree, and Piedmont Roads, is a shopping district with more than 1,400 retail units. The majority of these retailers are located at sister malls, Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, sitting diagonally across from one another at the intersection of Peachtree and Lenox Roads. Buckhead Atlanta, an 800,000 square foot “urban village”, houses boutiques, restaurants, hotels, condos, and office space, weaving many urban conveniences together in one central location. Buckhead contains the highest concentration of upscale boutiques in the United States, so there is never a shortage of shopping for its residents. Buckhead is home to an active nightlife, with established clubs such as Havana Club, Buckhead Bottle Bar & Bistro, and Johnny’s Hideaway, a historic spot that plays everything from Sinatra to Madonna. Buckhead is also home to the Atlanta History Center, a museum and research center consisting of six permanent and several temporary exhibitions. One of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Atlanta, the Swan House is one of the most picturesque Throughout the year, residents can attend Buckhead’s many festivals, including the Buckhead Springs Arts & Crafts Festival, the Buckhead Beer and Wine Festival, and the Buckhead Wine Festival, all featuring live music, food trucks, and activities. There is always something to do in the streets of Buckhead.
Just outside the Buckhead business district, you’ll find unique, tree-lined neighborhoods with a wide range of lifestyle options, from cozy bungalows to multi-million dollar mansions and historic estates. Buckhead is often referred to as the “Beverly Hills of the South”, due to its extravagant homes and mansions. Buckhead contains some of Atlanta’s most magnificent residential architecture. Some popular residential neighborhoods in Buckhead include Arden/Habersham, Argonne Forest, Brandon, Brookwood Hills, Castlewood, Chastain Park, Collier Hills, Garden Hills, Haynes Manor, Kingswood, North Buckhead, Peachtree Heights, Peachtree Hills, Peachtree Park, Pine Hills, Ridgedale Park, Springlake, Tuxedo Park, Whitewater Creek, Wildwood, and Wyngate.
Public schools in Buckhead are administered by Atlanta Public Schools, and include six elementary schools, as well as Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School. Many families opt for private schools, such as Atlanta International School, The Galloway School, Pace Academy and The Westminster Schools. Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business’ Buckhead Center and the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business Executive Education Center are both located in the heart of Buckhead.
Whether you are a young single looking for a centrally located condominium or a family in search of an elegant dwelling, there is something for everyone in Buckhead. To learn more about homes for sale in Buckhead, contact the Hinson Team.