Garden Hills

Located between Peachtree and Piedmont Road, Garden Hills is one of Atlanta’s most well-kept, luxury neighborhoods. With over 750 single-family homes, the architectural styles vary throughout the neighborhood- from Georgian, Tudor and Spanish Revival to Craftsman in the oldest areas. Developed in 1925, Garden Hills features winding streets lined with trees, an eclectic mix of 20th century houses, local parks and a neighborhood pool & recreation center.


Garden Hills was originally designed as a country club community and has kept its classic charm, while still moments away from the attractions and amenities of city life like shopping, public transportation, schools and churches. The Garden Hills community is an area worth exploring that offers something for singles and families alike!


Education is a priority to the residents in Garden Hills. Children in Garden Hills can attend one of the local public schools or one of the elite private schools in the area. Garden Hills Elementary, built in the 1940’s, sits in the center of Garden Hills in a prime location for residents. Former students of Garden Hills will continue on to Sutton Middle School and then to the nationally recognized North Atlanta High School. Also located in the neighborhood, Atlanta International School, offers academics beginning at kindergarten and capping in grade 12. In addition to the Atlanta International School, Garden Hills is also home to Christ the King Cathedral, a private Catholic school on East Wesley Road, which is available for students starting in kindergarten through eighth grade.
  • Atlanta International School
  • Atlanta International School
  • Christ the King Cathedral
  • Garden Hills Elementary School
  • North Atlanta High School
  • Sutton Middle School

Things To Do

  • Atlanta Artists Center
  • Buckhead Atlanta
  • Churches: Christ the King Cathedral, Second-Ponce de Leon Baptist Church and St.Phillips Cathedral
  • Duck pond at Parkside Drive Park
  • Garden Hills Gala
  • Garden Hills Pool
  • Local parks: Frankie Allen Park, Alexander Park and Sunnybrook Park
  • Peachtree Farmers Market
Within the Garden Hills neighborhood, there is plenty to keep residents busy. Garden Hills is known as one of Buckhead’s most social neighborhoods with its garden club, civic associations, holiday gatherings and other frequent events. Garden Hills is also considered an “artist haven” by some. It is home to many local artists- most of whom are featured by the local Atlanta Artists Center, located in the community. While there is much to do within the boundaries of Garden Hills, residents are also in walking distance to nearby Buckhead attractions, shopping and nightlife.

Garden Hills is a neighborhood for any outdoor enthusiast. The Garden Hills pool is a wonderful asset to the neighborhood and is a great place for children and adults alike. Frankie Allen Park has baseball fields, tennis courts and open picnic areas. The neighborhood is complete with lots of green space and plenty of shade which is nice for hot summer days. Bordering Garden Hills is the Parkside Drive Park and duck pond which features 10 acres of walking trails and beautiful open spaces.


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