At A Glance
At less than one square mile, the Margaret Mitchell neighborhood remains well-known because of its namesake and unique feel. On summer mornings, you will pass friendly neighbors walking their dogs under blue skies down the winding, tree-lined streets. Developed in the 1950s, Margaret Mitchell neighborhood has somehow retained the elusive qualities for which that decade is known. The mostly quiet streets are busy with walkers, joggers, and stroller-pushers nearly any day of the week. Kids congregate in front yards for afternoon games, and everyone seems to know each other. There is a strong neighborhood civic association, which organizes fun social events like holiday cocktail parties for adults and Christmas cookie decorating parties for kids. Kids have a playgroup, and the association also organizes a security patrol, a resident directory, book club, pet directory, and many other community-related activities.See Margaret Mitchell Homes for Sale
What We Love
The adjacent Westminster hiking trails are a wonderful community amenity for residents of Margaret Mitchell. Home prices are a relative value considering the premium location.
What We Don’t
Property crimes tend to be a bit higher due to proximity to West Atlanta.
Some of the best mid-century architecture in Buckhead. Margaret Mitchell homes for sale start around $550,000 and rise to over $1.2 million, a real value compared to other areas of Buckhead.
Located west of I-75 and bounded by Moores Mill Road on the south. Located at the back gate to Westminster Schools.
Around The Block
Beautifully manicured sidewalks throughout the neighborhood provide great walkability
Located at 1450 West Wesley Road is Buckhead’s most historic home. Built in the 1830s, 1450 West Wesley Road played an important role in the Civil War! More HERE.
The Morris Brandon Elementary School’s Primary Center is where the school’s youngest students attend.
The Westminster Schools is one of Atlanta’s finest private schools, Mitchell herself graduated from the school in June 1918 when it was called Washington Seminary.