The quite tree-lined streets of Peachtree Park creates a backdrop for its 550 homes. The neighborhood in Buckhead near Lenox square spans 13 streets. You’ll likely see walkers, joggers and bicyclists. Beautifully landscaped traffic islands add a pop of color throughout the neighborhood’s intersections.
Home prices in the area range from around $600K to more than a million dollars. Home sizes vary greatly from 3 to 7 bedrooms and from about 2000 to nearly 6,000 square feet. Features include granite counter tops, wood floors, split bedroom floor plans and covered patios.
More than just looks, the neighborhood is well-organized and has a team of committed volunteers who make Peachtree Park a great place to live. The Peachtree Park Civic Association works closely with city of Atlanta zoning, transportation and code enforcement officials and the Zone 2 police to ensure the area's livability and safety. Friends of Peachtree Park, the neighborhood's nonprofit organization, uses creative fund-raising to support landscaping and historic preservation efforts.
Activities include picnics, newcomers' socials, holiday parties, block parties and organized neighborhood trips also highlight the year.
The neighborhood is near the intersection of Peachtree and Piedmont roads, west of Lenox Square. It has easy walking access to the Lenox Square and Peachtree Road MARTA rapid rail stations if you’re looking for convenient access for all that Atlanta has to offer. Residents employed in the Buckhead business district often walk to work. The Downtown and Midtown business districts to the south are minutes away by car via Georgia 400 or by MARTA rail line. The Perimeter Center medical, office and retail complex is equally accessible to the north.
A landscaped pedestrian bridge across Georgia 400 at the end of East Paces Ferry Road connects Peachtree Park to shopping, dining and theaters at Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza.
Nearby public schools include Garden Hills and Sarah Smith Elementary, Sutton Middle and North Atlanta. Restaurants, from fast food to haute cuisine, are within a one-mile radius. Churches, synagogues and other places of worship are nearby.
Entertainment, from multi-screen movie complexes at Phipps Plaza, Tower Place and Lenox Square to the Atlanta History Center on West Paces Ferry Road, is nearby. By MARTA rail or by car, it's easy to reach Symphony Hall, the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Ballet, the Fox Theatre and sports events of every description.
If you’re looking to enjoy the great outdoors, Garden Hills, Frankie Allen, and Peachtree Hills and Chastain Park are waiting. Piedmont Park, a longtime Atlanta favorite, is 10 minutes away by car or 20 minutes by train/bus.
Homes in Peachtree Park are excellent examples of early to mid 20th century architectural styles. The neighborhood was developed in three distinct periods, generally spreading southward from Peachtree Road to Darlington Road. The oldest part of the neighborhood, the Peachtree Highlands National Historic District, was developed in the 1920s and 1930s as a trolley car neighborhood for middle-class tradespeople. The area's oldest house was built in 1921. Most of the homes in this section are in the Craftsman, English Cottage and Colonial Revival styles. The National Register of Historic Places has recognized it as a living museum of early 20th century architecture and made it a national historic district.
The middle section of Peachtree Park, from East Paces Ferry Road to Greenview Avenue and part of Dale Drive has Colonial Revival, English Cottage and Cape Cod homes, that were built in the 1930s and 1940s.
The southern third of Peachtree Park was constructed post World War II. Homes in this section, from Dale Drive to Darlington Circle, are Ranch style. Homes here represent quality construction — many with attics and basements.
Adjacent Lenox Mall puts on one of the largest fireworks displays in the Southeast, and the entire Peachtree Park neighborhood gathers to enjoy them together. Other fun events include the 4th of July Kids Parade, Easter egg hunt, community garden, and Peachtree Park 5k race.
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