With one glance at the landscape of Garden Hills, it’s easy to see why so many people flock to the area. It’s beautiful, with a bevy of parks, a central pool, sports fields and fantastic housing options. The school districts are also very strong, which is a huge determinant for those with children.
The houses in Garden Hills range from revival styles to Craftsmans to bungalow … and a smatter of other architectural styles. While diverse in appearance, most homes in the area are gracious and sit on gorgeous, well-maintained lots.
You will find mature landscape throughout the Garden Hills – even the traffic islands are meticulously maintained – giving it the feeling of a small community tucked in the woods. The clubhouse, built in the early 1900s, is rustic with a working fireplace enhancing its special, secluded atmosphere.
However, Garden Hills is considered a Buckhead community and is only minutes from some of the city’s most fast-paced urban hubs and conveniences. But, as you stroll through any three of the parks in Garden Hills or meander down their pedestrian friendly, wooded roads, it is difficult to tell that this coveted community sits in the heart of the city.