The 550 homes of Peachtree Park line 13 streets in Buckhead near Lenox Square. Quet, tree-lined byways attract walkers, joggers and bicyclists. Landscaped traffic islands flash color in neighborhood intersections. The community has become an in-town haven for long-time residents and newcomers alike.
Entertainment, from multiscreen movie complexes at Phipps Plaza, Tower Place and Lenox Square to the Atlanta History Center on West Paces Ferry Road, is easily accessible. 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.
Buckhead parks are equally accessible: Garden Hills, just across Piedmont Road; Frankie Allen on Pharr Road; Peachtree Hills behind the Lindbergh MARTA station; and Chastain Park on Powers Ferry Road. Piedmont Park, a longtime Atlanta favorite, is 10 minutes away by car or 20 minutes by train/bus.
Peachtree Park’s ambiance makes it a real neighborhood, not just a collection of homes. Growing families are expanding their homes rather than leaving. The quality of the original construction of the homes, many with attics and basements, offers excellent opportunities for new rooms.