The BrownDaniel Team
Address 3060 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Team Number: 770.630.5430
Main Office: 404.261.6300
Toll-Free Number: 877.480.2313
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Atlanta – Area Neighborhoods
It can be intimidating to move around the City of Atlanta given the vast nature of our large metro area, providing a plethora of options for where to live. There are many great advantages to living in the city of Atlanta include easy access to public transportation, proximity to cultural activities and attractions, a variety of restaurants and bars and close-knit communities with walkable town squares.
Whether your new residence is to be a single family home or a condominium please don’t let your neighborhood selection become confusing. Thankfully the BrownDaniel Team knows and understands them all very well and can seamlessly guide you to the right fit for your wants, needs and desires. Please call us today for any assistance with all of our wonderful Atlanta Neighborhoods.
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Brookhaven is a city in the northeastern suburbs of Atlanta. It is in western DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, directly northeast of Atlanta. Incorporation officially took place on December 17, 2012, on which date municipal operations commenced. With a population of around 49,000, it is the largest city in DeKalb County. The new city stretches over 12 square miles with the Fulton County line on the west, I-85 on the south, Clairmont Road and the city of Chamblee at Chamblee Dunwoody Road on the east, and the city of Dunwoody at I-285 on the north. Neighborhoods within the City of Brookhaven include: Historic Brookhaven: the historic residential neighborhood from which the area derives its name. It has homes surrounding the Capital City Country Club, many designed by a number of well-known Atlanta architects of the pre-war period. Brookhaven Village: this is the name given to the urban town center that has emerged on Dresden Drive,The village is bordered by the residential neighborhoods of Ashford Park to the north and Drew Valley to the south, both offering single family homes within walking distance of the village. The village is home to commercial establishments, residences, and offices. Lynwood Park: In the last decade, residents seeking a new home in a close-in location have built crafstman-style homes, contributing to the overall improvement of the area’s infrastructure. The community is home to a large park, Lynwood Park, which features basketball courts, tennis courts, swimming pool, recreation center, playground and picnic area. Peachtree Road: Much of Brookhaven’s commercial developments are situated along Peachtree, including Town Brookhaven, a mixed-use district located adjacent to Oglethorpe University. North Brookhaven: Largely suburban in character, the area is home to various residential subdivisions; two large parks, Blackburn Park and Murphey Candler Park, and the Nancy Creek PATH trail;the historic Peachtree Golf Club, which was founded by Bobby Jones and designed by Robert Trent Jones;and top rated public and private schools. Lenox Park: Lenox Park is a former country club in the southwest corner of Brookhaven, re-purposed for residential and office uses.