One of the most stunning homes in the Peachtree Park neighborhood of Buckhead. This exquisitely refined home could grace the pages of Architectural Digest. Built in 1944 and meticulously renovated in 2005, this 6 bedroom, 6 full bath & 2 half bath home offers a spacious and open living space. Incredible architectural design details with the highest quality finishes are evident throughout this stunning home. A spacious carriage house can be found behind the main home and features a private entrance and equally beautiful finishes.
The 550 homes of Peachtree Park line 13 streets in Buckhead near Lenox Square. Quiet, tree-lined byways attract walkers, joggers and bicyclists. Landscaped traffic islands flash color in neighborhood intersections. The community has become an in-town haven for long-time residents and newcomers alike.
The closing in 1990 of East Paces Ferry Road, once a popular cut-through from Buckhead Village to Lenox Square, turned the neighborhood overnight from an area busy with cars to an enclave for pedestrians. Today, Peachtree Park is a safe, quiet neighborhood within easy walking distance of all Buckhead's major amenities, from many of Atlanta's top restaurants to the shopping attractions of Lenox Square, Phipps Plaza and Buckhead Village to the office towers of the Peachtree Road financial district.
The oldest part of the neighborhood, the Peachtree Highlands National Historic District, was developed in the 1920s and 1930s as a trolley car neighborhood for middle-class tradespeople. The area's oldest house, at 701 Martina Drive, was built in 1921. Most of the homes in this section are in the Craftsman, English Cottage and Colonial Revival styles. The National Register of Historic Places has recognized it as a living museum of early 20th century architecture and made it a national historic district.