Peachtree Hills is the neighborhood of choice for many young buyers looking for a prime location in Buckhead, a cool vibe, and prices below $750,000. The neighborhood was established in 1912 between what was then the village of Buckhead and the city of Atlanta, and it still enjoys the benefits of the great location.
The real sense of community here fits well with the charm of its 1920s bungalows. A small cluster of shops and popular restaurants (Treehouse is the neighborhood favorite) in the center of the neighborhood serve as a gathering spot.
The cool vibe, strong neighborly spirit, and the ability to grab a great burger or visit the wine shop without leaving Peachtree Hills.
Small homes and narrow lots are the norm here and won’t always give your family room to grow. Garages are a rare luxury.
Peachtree Hills homes are often an entry into the Buckhead market with most ranging from $400,000-$1 million.
Amidst the charming houses of the neighborhood is the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) which includes more than 550,000 square feet of the Southeast’s largest collection of luxury furnishings. Nearby are art galleries, a local coffee shop, and a growing retail hub, all within walking distance of Peachtree Hills Park with a playground, baseball diamond, tennis courts, and community garden.
Residents enjoy a number of shops and restaurants at the nearby intersection of Peachtree Hills Avenue, Peachtree Road and Kings Circle. Peachtree Battle Shopping Center is conveniently located at the entrance to the Peachtree Hills neighborhood. Grocery shop at Publix, grab a bite to eat at one of the many dining establishments, get your morning fix at Starbucks, or stop by Richard’s Variety Store for odds and ends.
For dining options, locals flock to Treehouse Restaurant and Paul’s Restaurant. Jalisco Mexican Restaurant is also a local favorite (even though it’s the only Mexican restaurant in town that doesn’t serve margaritas)! Other popular spots and landmarks are Peachtree Battle Shopping Center, Veda Juice Bar and Covenant Presbyterian.