Annexed to the City of Atlanta in 1952, Buckhead has seen tremendous growth since that time, evolving into the vibrant community of interconnected neighborhoods it is today. Buckhead is home to some of Atlanta’s most luxurious high-rise condominium buildings as well as street after street of grand historic homes with rolling manicured lawns. Although newer homes continue to be built in the area, Buckhead’s various neighborhoods contain some of Atlanta’s most architecturally significant residences designed by a who’s-who of nationally recognized architects.
The Buckhead area is conveniently located just north of Midtown, providing easy access to all of Atlanta’s top attractions; but residents enjoy some of the area’s finest shops, restaurants and nightlife in their own backyard with the world-class offerings found at Lenox Square, Phipps Plaza and the Buckhead Village District.
Some of Atlanta’s most popular parks are located in and around Buckhead, most notably the 268-acre Chastain Memorial Park. Visitors to the park enjoy the arts center, equestrian area, swimming pool, walking trails and the Chastain Park Amphitheatre, which is home to a popular summer concert series featuring performances by artists across all musical genres.
The Atlanta History Center is located in the heart of Buckhead featuring 33-acres of award-winning exhibits and interactive experiences. The famous Swan House is also located on the grounds, offering a glimpse inside the gilded mansions of 1930’s era Buckhead.
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