In the early 20th century, real estate growth and changes to transportation altered the picture of Atlanta by making suburbanization status quo. Brookwood Hills epitomizes this era with its Olmsted-inspired layout, a replica of the Ansley Park and Druid Hills-style, curvilinear street plans.
Enter into Brookwood Hills and you already feel as if you’ve left the city. It is park like and pedestrian friendly, with greenspace and trees. Plus, like Ansley Park, there is unified street landscaping and manicured homes. More recently built Craftsman properties and bungalows are mixed into the revival homes so commonly constructed during the 1920s. You’ll find English Colonial, Tudor and Neoclassical Revival architecture in Brookwood Hills, and while the lots are smaller, the homes are quite impressive.
Brookwood Hills was created with limited access in mind, and as such, it feels like an enclave that has retained its privacy and sense of close-knit, intimate community. The Garden Club and Community club help keep this intact with year around activities and family-friendly functions.
Located just on the cusp of Buckhead, Brookwood Hills provides its residents with convenient access to great dining, shopping, educational and recreational activities while still being a quiet, private, prestigious place to call home.