West Haynes Manor was developed in the late 1920s. Haynes Manor takes its name from its developer, Eugene Haynes, who subdivided his Haynes Manor estate. The neighborhood’s spectacular entrance from Peachtree Road along Peachtree Battle Parkway gives the area a wonderful, European flavor.
The parkway, once known as Battle Avenue, commemorates the bloody Civil War Battle of Peachtree Creek in which thousands died. The creek forms the southern border of the neighborhood. Now the chain of parks running down the center of the parkway draws joggers, birdwatchers and strollers.
Atlanta Memorial Park, almost 200 acres, borders Peachtree Creek on the south side of Haynes Manor and includes the Atlanta Memorial Golf Club and Bitsy Grant Tennis Center. Woodward Habersham Park, where Woodward Way runs into Habersham Road, is a densely forested conservation area.
The Haynes Manor Park and Memorial Park Trail, a 5.1-acre tract between Sagamore Drive and Peachtree Battle Avenue across Northside Drive from Ahavath Achim Synagogue, is being developed by the PATH Foundation as a park and multi-use trail from the Haynes Manor neighborhood, past the Bobby Jones Golf course, through Tanyard Creek Park, and ending at Georgia Tech.
Haynes Manor schools include E. Rivers Elementary, Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School.
East Haynes Manor schools include Garden Hills Elementary, Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High.
Shopping, restaurants and public transportation are nearby along Peachtree Road.View properties in Haynes Manor