At A Glance
As Atlanta’s 4th most populous neighborhood, about 9,000 residents call North Buckhead home. With a well-developed and lush, forested core, North Buckhead has focused on creating more walkable streets and mixed used development and redevelopment of older areas. The completion of the I-85 to I-285 extension of Georgia 400 in the 1990s spurred a new wave of development. From “Walk to School” days to the Annual Holiday Christmas Tree sale, the Civic Association keeps neighbors socially active with creative ways to enjoy their beautiful neighborhood. North Buckhead’s seasonal Block Parties, or “flings,” are widely popular with the whole family with up to 600 neighbors and friends in attendance! Phipps Plaza boasts some of the most elite shopping destinations in Georgia. High fashion at it’s finest resides within these walls, as you can find any designer or brand to compliment your desires.
The Blue Heron Nature Preserve is enjoyed by all neighbors, with exploration camps, wildlife sightings (mostly deer, owls, foxes, turtles, and turkeys), and volunteer cleanups. As is little Nancy Creek Park, a beloved community outdoor exploration with trails, playground, portico, community-tended garden, and beautiful greenspace.Show North Buckhead Homes for Sale
What We Love
Lush, forested and peaceful residential areas complimented by bustling nearby shopping and restaurant destinations.
What We Don’t
As GA 400 runs through the heart of the neighborhood and shopping districts are moments away, traffic congestion is consistent, especially during the holidays.
Home styles range from quaint bungalows to large stately mansions. Condos and single-family home prices range all the way from $200,000 up to $12 million.
One of Atlanta’s largest neighborhoods, North Buckhead is dissected by Georgia 400. Bounded by Sandy Springs (ITP) Neighborhood to the north, Peachtree Road to the south, Peachtree Dunwoody Road to the east, and Roswell and Piedmont Roads to the west.
Around The Block
Some homes enjoy Buckhead skyline views.
Little Nancy Creek Park is consistently the place for families and joggers to enjoy the outdoors – as the park is maintained by the community.
Trails perfect for runs and leisurely walks.
Sardis Methodist Church is thought to be Buckhead’s oldest church, other neighborhood churches include Buckhead Church, St. James United Methodist and Wieuca Rd. Baptist Church.