At A GlanceBrookwood Hills is a charming and picturesque neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. The curving, tree-lined streets showcase a variety of enchanting homes, many built when Brookwood Hills was established in the 1920s. Its peaceful feeling is surprising, considering it is at the meeting point of Buckhead and Midtown. 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 here year-round to swim, play in the playground, and enjoy the outdoors together. [button color="accent-color" hover_text_color_override="#fff" size="small" url=" https://www.buckhead.com/neighborhoods/brookwood-hills/brookwood-hills-real-estate/" text="See Brookwood Hills Homes for Sale" color_override=""]
What We LoveIf you can't choose between Buckhead and Midtown, Brookwood Hills puts you squarely between the two with 1920s charm.
What We Don'tPortions of the neighborhood are prone to flooding, and some road noise bleeds through the trees from the nearby convergence of I-75/I-85/Ga.-400.
Real EstateGreat architecture on small 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. Homes range from $700,000 to $2 million.
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.
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The pool at Brookwood Hills, with its swim and tennis teams, is one aspect that makes the neighborhood a true Atlanta hidden gem. Families often eat dinner at the pool on long summer nights. At the end of the pool season, the Brookwood Hills pool hosts a dog swim for its furry neighbors. The neighborhood also enjoys community events like Halloween parties and Easter egg hunts. Many residents have family members who also live in the neighborhood, and those who outgrow their Brookwood Hills home often buy a larger home within the neighborhood rather than leave.
Brookwood Hills neighbors enjoy awesome amenities.