Brookwood Hills

At A Glance

Brookwood Hills is an enchanting picturesque neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. Although nestled in a bustling area, Brookwood Hills has retained its peaceful feel and its reputation as an established, well-loved, tight-knit community. The tree-lined sidewalks showcase a variety of  homes dating back as far as the 1920s. Brookwood Hills homes are diverse in architectural style, scale and design. They reflect a full range of early 20th century styles and elements enhanced by vibrant seasonal color and manicured landscaping. Popular home styles include Neoclassical, Tudor, Colonial and Cottage varying in size from single level to two-and-three stories.

In the middle of the neighborhood situated on over 5 acres of land lies the neighborhood-owned swimming pool, park, and tennis facility. Friends and neighbors gather at the private Brookwood Hills Community Club year-round to swim, play in the playground, and enjoy the outdoors together with children and pets.

What We Love

If you can’t choose between Buckhead and Midtown, Brookwood Hills puts you squarely between the two with 1920s charm.

What We Don’t

Portions of the neighborhood are prone to flooding, and some road noise bleeds through the trees from the nearby convergence of I-75/I-85/GA400.

Real Estate

Homes from $700,000 to $3,000,000+. Great architecture on smaller manicured lots is what defines Brookwood Hills. Meticulous attention to detail with both design and landscaping add to the storybook nature of this lovely neighborhood.


Brookwood Hills is located just south of Peachtree Hills in Buckhead and borders the busy I-75 and I-85 split, with Ansley Park and Midtown to the south. Along the main artery, Peachtree Road, there are too many popular restaurants, art galleries and retail stores within walking distance, to count. Piedmont Hospital and quick freeway access are also nearby.

Zip Code: 30309 Schools: Rivers Elementary, Sutton Middle, North Atlanta High

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