Huntley Hills is an established neighborhood with a rich history dating back to the 1950s. It was originally called Longview and touted itself as a city within a city. The planned development was split into 2,014 lots on 928 acres, which also included three schools, shopping centers and four churches. The first phase of homes in the was built in the late 1950s, and included the community pool which was for community use. Even on today’s county records, homes in this area are still referred to as Longview Subdivision. In 1962 the project was sold to Michael Huntley. Another interesting note is that the Roswell Railroad operated for 40 years from Roswell Junction (now Chamblee) up to Roswell, right through Huntley Hills.
The neighborhood is located between N. Shallowford and Chamblee-Dunwoody Roads to the northwest of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. It provides residents with easy access to I-285 and I-85, as well as GA-400 via I-285. Original homes are 3- or 4-bedroom brick and frame construction homes that have generally been well maintained over the years. In recent years, homeowners have been renovating and expanding the homes.
Prices for these homes range greatly from the $200s to more than a million dollars. Some of the homes feature built-ins and upgrades such as granite countertops. If you love the look of mid-century, these homes are a must-see.
The neighborhood residents are active with various community and Huntley Hills groups including a Moms Night Out, Keep Chamblee Beautiful and a walk/run group. Take a look at our latest listings and give us a call to find your next home.
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