In the late 1800s Buckhead was a rural vacation spot for wealthy Atlantans. In later years Buckhead became synonymous with upscale shopping, dining, country/city clubs and culture.
Now, with Peachtree Hills Place, Buckhead has become the premier residential destination for adults over 55. Plus it’s located near the Atlanta BeltLine which is connecting neighborhoods to each other with rails, trails, greenspaces, housing and art.
Whatever’s on your agenda for the day or night Buckhead has it. Shopping is legendary, from the European-inspired designer shops of Buckhead Atlanta to upscale Phipps Plaza and dozens of locally owned boutiques. Buckhead’s hotel district features some of the world’s most respected names including The St. Regis and Mandarin Oriental.
Step back in time at the beautifully restored Atlanta History Center and experience lunch at the iconic Swan Coach House. Visit antebellum homes, street festivals and, a quick drive to the south, enjoy the treasures of Piedmont Park. Members also enjoy proximity to familiar destinations like Ansley Golf Club, Capital City Country Club, Piedmont Driving Club and Cherokee Town and Country Club.
Buckhead is Atlanta’s headquarters for art galleries, nightlife and, oh yes, dining. Renowned chefs preside over multi-starred kitchens serving every imaginable specialty. From clubby steakhouses to iconic burger joints, posh cafes and down home breakfast dives, the choices are nearly endless. The Peachtree Hills Place concierge can help you sort through the abundant offerings.
Buckhead’s bustling commercial district is surrounded by a ring of tranquil residential neighborhoods considered the most desirable in the city. Among these is Peachtree Hills, located east of Peachtree Road on the south and Lindbergh Drive to the north. Eclectic Craftsman homes on tree-lined streets are coveted by couples, families and empty-nesters alike. Beautifully aged stone and intimate gardens contribute to the charm and local color.
Just across the street from Peachtree Hills Place is a mini-shopping district with small, locally owned businesses including The Treehouse, a funky bar and restaurant with a flower-filled dog-friendly patio. Less than a mile away is Peachtree Battle Shopping Center, a convenient outdoor retail zone with a full-service grocery store, drug store, restaurants and upscale boutiques. And if the need arises, Piedmont Hospital and surrounding medical specialties are only 6 minutes away.
Head a short distance south on Peachtree Street to discover the excitement of Midtown and Downtown Atlanta. Midtown’s Woodruff Arts Center, the heart of the city’s vibrant arts scene, is home to the High Museum, Atlanta Symphony Hall and the Alliance Theatre. Downtown highlights include Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, as well as the best in dining, sports and entertainment venues.
Because location is everything, make the move to Peachtree Hills Place. Now Accepting Priority Reservations by Appointment Only. Call or click today. Peachtreehillsplace.com 404-467-4900