At A GlanceSince its development began in the early 1900s, Peachtree Heights East has maintained a perfectly charming atmosphere that harkens back to its founding days. Duck Pond Park in the center of Peachtree Heights East is the neighborhood’s own storybook setting admired by all who visit. Peachtree Heights East is a small neighborhood known to many as simply “the duck pond neighborhood.” The Ladies of the Lake (LOL) Garden Club welcomes new residents and runs neighborhood social events. Their annual fundraiser, held the first Sunday in May, is a much-looked-forward-to event for the whole Buckhead community, as is their Holiday Home Tour. [button color="accent-color" hover_text_color_override="#fff" size="small" url="https://www.buckhead.com/neighborhoods/peachtree-heights-east/peachtree-heights-east-real-estate/" text="See Peachtree Heights East Homes for Sale" color_override=""]
What We LoveAsk anyone from Peachtree Heights East about their neighborhood, and you'll likely hear fond memories of the serene Duck Pond.
What We Don'tGenerally narrow lots provide less yard and parking options than you find in other Buckhead neighborhoods for the price.
Real EstateHome styles are indicative of the 1910-1930 era, with charming restored cottages. The neighborhood has close to 340 homes, including condominium towers on Peachtree Road. Home prices start around $600,000.
Peachtree Heights East consists of a neat and tidy rectangle set between Peachtree Road (west) and Acorn Avenue (east) and East Wesley Road on the North and Lindbergh Drive on the South. The Peachtree/East Wesley corner is anchored by the 77-year-old Cathedral of Christ the King, architecturally notable for its French Gothic design.
Zip Code: 30305 Schools: Garden Hills Elementary School [neighborhoods_map map_id="28"]
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For over 100 years, Duck Pond has been the communal center of the neighborhood. This tiny paradise in the city has been lovingly preserved, protected, and cultivated by the proud residents.[one_half] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
A neighborhood band of ducks routinely waddles past neighbors without so much as a second look, since "no feeding the ducks" warnings are in effect.[one_half][/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last] This active neighborhood supports several groups to enhance the community. The Peachtree Heights East Neighborhood Association operates a security patrol and offers member discounts for Duck Pond Park event rentals. [one_half] [/one_half][one_half_last] [/one_half_last] [one_half] [/one_half][one_half_last] [/one_half_last][one_half][/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]