Brookhaven started as Atlanta’s first country club neighborhood, but in 2012 it became a city of just under 50,000 people in Atlanta’s eastern neighbor, DeKalb County. It sits conveniently between Interstates 285 and 85 and is just minutes from Buckhead and Midtown, as well as other suburbs, like Sandy Springs and Dunwoody. Residents love its affluent lifestyle, beautiful historic homes and tree-lined streets, and proximity to shopping, dining, the arts, and other activities.
In Brookhaven’s Ashford Park neighborhood, there is something for everyone. Homes range from affordable ranch styles to million-dollar estates. Atlanta is just a short drive away, but so are popular suburbs like Chamblee and Doraville. Several parks and golf clubs are located in the area, but there are also a number of places to shop or enjoy the arts.
Brookhaven’s Lynwood Park community sits in the northern part of the city between Peachtree-Dunwoody Road and Ashford-Dunwoody Roads. Despite a great deal of new construction in the area, it is one of the Atlanta area’s oldest communities and dates back to the early 20th century. Residents can be in Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, and other parts of Brookhaven in just minutes which means ample job opportunities, as well as
unlimited entertainment opportunities.
Pine Hills is a small neighborhood nestled between Lenox Road and Buford Highway. It’s so close to Buckhead that residents can walk to some of the area’s most beloved amenities, and it’s also just minutes from Brookhaven and Midtown. Many families choose to call Pine Hills home because it sits in the coveted Sarah Smith Elementary School district.