At A Glance
For generations, young families have flocked to Buckhead’s Wildwood neighborhood to live in cute cottages on forested lots. The neighborhood has a nice manicured feel with homes and cottages tucked into this small pocket of Buckhead. With I-75 serving as its western border, Wildwood has a glorious lack of cut-through streets, keeping outside traffic to a minimum for residents. Wildwood is also known to have an active community life, with social events planned monthly for adults and children. However, every day is a play day at the hidden neighborhood park, a 6.8-acre jewel named Beaverbrook Park.
If you run out of things to do at Beaverbrook Park, you are just a short walk (or stroller push) to Memorial Park, which features a playground, ball fields, and forest hiking trails. A major park improvement plan is also in the works.See Wildwood Homes for Sale
What We Love
Wildwood enjoys a natural setting and close-knit community, just a call away from meeting friends at Beaverbrook Park.
What We Don’t
I-75 neighbors the eastern border, thus, interstate noise abounds in sections of the neighborhood.
Wildwood homes range from small 1930s bungalows at some of the lower price points in Buckhead, to new construction homes of over 5,000 square feet that are sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.