Buckhead

Buckhead is an affluent uptown district of Atlanta, making up the northern fifth of the city. This ultra chic neighborhood is where you can enjoy decadent restaurants, world-class hotels and legendary shopping.

The district’s highrise office buildings, hotels, and condominiums form a highly urbanized core along Peachtree Road. Surrounding this dense artery are Buckhead’s residential neighborhoods with large single-family homes situated among dense forests and rolling hills. There are 43 different neighborhoods in Buckhead, each with their own name, character and feel. The heart of Buckhead beats in the 30305 zip code though it branches out beyond into three other major zip codes.

Located within Atlanta city limits, Buckhead is one of the most affluent sections of Atlanta and definitely one of the prettiest. Century-old hardwoods and evergreens tower over massive mansions and rare midcentury moderns alike. And even as Buckhead develops, it still maintains its small town charm.

Buckhead is also a great place to raise a family. Not only are some of the finest private schools in the nation located in Buckhead, like Westminster and The Lovett School, but it also boasts an award-winning public school system.

Fun Facts

  • Buckhead is home to the governor’s mansion.
  • Buckhead is in the City of Atlanta and within Buckhead are 43 “named” neighborhoods.
  • Some of the named neighborhoods include Lenox, Westminster-Lovett, Collier Road, Chastain Park, Garden Hills, Margaret Mitchell, Peachtree Battle, Northside/Mt. Paran, and Lindbergh
  • Buckhead is home to Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, upscale destinations for shoppers throughout Georgia and the Southeast.
  • Nightlife beckons from the world famous Peachtree Street and the Andrews Entertainment District.

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  • Zip Code: 30305, 30326, 30327, 30342
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  • Public Schools: Sarah Smith Elementary School district ,Morris Brandon Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Sutton Middle School and the $147 million North Atlanta High School.

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