Searching for a home, condo or townhome in Brookhaven GA? There are several fantastic neighborhoods within the newly incorporated City of Brookhaven. Below are some of the most charming, affluent and popular communities in Atlanta’s Brookhaven area. You will be able to learn more about each neighborhood, including current home values, commute times, school districts and all that each neighborhood has to offer its residents. If you have questions along the way, we’re here to help!
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Ashford Park is a friendly, walkable Brookhaven neighborhood with a strong neighborhood association, offering primarily 1950s ranch-style homes with 2 to 3 bedrooms. In the last 10 years, many new upscale construction homes have been constructed. This community is located east of Peachtree Road and north of Dresden and is split between two zip codes, 30319 and 30341.
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A cozy neighborhood of about 750 homes, Brookhaven Fields is nestled in between North Druid Hills Road, Peachtree Road and Dresden. Home styles range from older bungalow homes to smaller ranch homes and luxury new construction homes. There is definitely something for almost everyone! Residents are just a short stroll from the Brookhaven MARTA station, shops, restaurants, and festivals.
Brookhaven Heights is a smaller, upscale neighborhood surrounding the Brookhaven County Club. This walkable community is home to mid-century homes as well as some luxury new construction homes that typically sell for $900K to well over one million dollars. Commuters have easy access to all the major highways and are able to walk to the Brookhaven MARTA Station. Fine dining and shopping are less than two miles away in Buckhead.
The Brookhaven Renaissance neighborhood is one of the few gated communities in Brookhaven GA. Constructed in the late 1990s, this John Willis gated community offers upscale living for residents, with well-constructed homes that offer all the modern amenities, including open floor plans, brick exterior, oversized master suite and many have private backyards. Walk to Brookhaven Village! Brookhaven Renaissance residents love being steps from the shops and restaurants on Dresden, less than a mile to the Brookhaven MARTA station and just minutes to all the interstates — I-285, GA 400, and I-75/85. Home values in the high $300s to mid $500s.
Developed in the early 1950s, this popular and affordable Brookhaven community borders Ashford Park and is home to more than 800 single family homes. The homes are smaller (1000 to 1500 sq ft) cottages and mid-century ranch style homes, but in recent years, custom new construction homes started popping up all over the area. Residents enjoy good schools (Ashford Park and Montclair Elementary), low Dekalb County property taxes, and a just a short stroll to Village Place Brookhaven and local festivals. The rise in Brookhaven’s popularity over the years, prime location, and affordable housing options make Drew Valley a place to call home.
Located just off of North Druid Hills Road, the HillsDale neighborhood of about 200 homes offers shaded, quiet streets with no through traffic — Fairway Circle is HillsDale’s inner loop around the neighborhood and is great for dog walkers and joggers. With mature landscaping, 1950s ranches and new construction homes, and lots of neighborhood spirit, HillsDale is a wonderful option for those who want to be in a good school district (Montgomery Elementary & Cross Keys High School), low Dekalb County taxes, and can spend between $250K and $500K on their next home.
One of the most affluent communities in Brookhaven Atlanta, Historic Brookhaven is filled with some of the most stunning mansions and luxury homes that Atlanta has to offer. Many homes surround the Brookhaven County Club and border the Buckhead district. A portion of the homes in this historic district also lies within the city limits of Atlanta and in one of the top Georgia schools, Sarah Smith Elementary. Others attend the popular Ashford Park Elementary or nearby private schools.
Lynwood Park is one of Brookhaven’s oldest and most affordable neighborhoods. Tucked away near the intersection of Windsor Parkway and Osbourne Rd, the community surrounds one of Dekalb County’s largest parks (Lynwood Park). Residents enjoy the recent updates to the park, including a new tennis court, rec center, baseball fields and swimming pool. This community is also minutes from upscale shopping and dining in Buckhead and Brookhaven and the MARTA station. If schools are important to you, Lynwood Park students attend one of Dekalb County’s finest elementary schools, Montgomery Elementary.
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Pine Hills is is an interesting and friendly community that is located in both Buckhead (Fulton County) and Brookhaven (Dekalb County) and also in two different zip codes – 30324 and 30329. Even though it is split between two counties, this doesn’t impact the amazing sense of community and a strong neighborhood association. Residents enjoy their intown oasis with Shady Valley Park and Roxboro Valley’s pool, picnic pavilion and tennis courts.
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More About Brookhaven GA
Located on the northern edge of the Buckhead business district, the affluent Brookhaven neighborhood became a city in July of 2012! Brookhaven, Georgia was originally developed in the early 1900s as Atlanta’s first country club neighborhood. Today, you’ll find a mix of neighborhoods that offer something a little different for everyone. Home styles range from mansions and estates to cottages and 1950s mid-century ranch style homes. Peachtree Road runs through Brookhaven, offering easy access to MARTA, the interstate, and shopping Brookhaven Village and Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza in Buckhead.
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