Peachtree Hills is one of Buckhead’s coziest cottage neighborhoods, Peachtree Hills lies east of Peachtree Road between Peachtree Creek on the south and Lindbergh Drive on the north.
Development in the area was begun in 1910 on land that then was between the village of Buckhead and the city of Atlanta. Peachtree Hills Place was a project of the American Securities Co. of Georgia.
Today, Peachtree Hills is still one of those places “where life is worth living.” Its eclectic, mostly craftsman homes are a kaleidoscope of color, with intimate gardens and innovative fences and walls. Huge trees soar over the bungalows on the bluffs above Peachtree Creek.
There is a quintessential neighborhood park, complete with wide open green spaces.
Peachtree Hills Park is small but quaint, which makes it a perfect spot for nearby residents to walk to and keeps the rest of Atlanta going to some of our larger parks.
The park is equipped with a decent-sized playground for the kids, a large pavilion for BBQing, a baseball diamond that can double as a kickball field, and the multipurpose big green field. Also, a garden is available for Peachtree Hills residents, which they tend to quite often. A recreation center sits as the hub of the park, with a gym inside for pick-up basketball games and serves as the public restrooms for the area.
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