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Luxury Neighborhoods in Atlanta You Want to Call Home

 

Atlanta, Georgia is one of the fastest growing citites in the country and offers tremendous job opportunities. 

 

Atlanta, Georgia has become one of the fastest growing metropolitan cities with tremendous job opportunities. The city is one of the most visited in the United States receiving thousands of tourists each year who come to visit the Georgia Aquarium, experience the culture, and taste the fine dining. Due to its history and growth many celebrities and tech moguls reside in elite neighborhoods around the city. Supreme Auctions is here to share some of the luxury neighborhoods in Atlanta where you may catch a glimpse of a famous face or two of celebrities like Elton John, Tyler Perry, and Jane Fonda.

Buckhead

Known to be the Beverly Hills of the East Coast, Buckhead is where some of Atlanta’s well-to-do reside, and one of the most affluent areas in the state. About seven miles north of downtown Atlanta, Buckhead is home to some of the countries most stunning homes and highly ranked hotels. Buckhead consists of nearly 40+ smaller neighborhoods each with their own culture and plenty of upscale boutiques and high-end restaurants to enjoy with family and friends.

Ansley Park

A beautiful neighborhood in Atlanta, Ansley Park was the first neighborhood designed with cars in mind. The area has wide, winding roads rather than a grid pattern typical of older east coast neighborhoods. Located near Piedmont Park the streets are lined with trees, well manicured lawns, and clean curbs. Known as the “garden suburb,” Ansley Park was marketed to the elite and most prestigious families. Due to the robust demographic, the architecture of the neighborhood is a mix of many different styles, that include Colonial, Contemporary, and Neoclassical.

Druid Hills

Listed on the National Historic Register, Druid Hills was one of Atlanta’s first suburban neighborhoods designed by Frederick Law Olmstead who created New York’s Central Park. The Atlanta neighborhood is known for lending itself to the filming of Driving Miss Daisy starring Morgan Freeman. While the population is only around 45,000, there is plenty to do and see in this suburban neighborhood that is devoted to connecting with the community through a plethora of activities,that include the Druid Hills Tour of Homes and Gardens. The tour provides an opportunity for visitors to view many of the historic and iconic estates of the area. Druid Hills is also home to the Georgia Aquarium, Emory Village, and Emory University.

Dunwoody

Known to be home to a few celebrities including Sean Puffy Combs and Tony Braxton, Dunwoody is a quieter neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. The area is far enough away to feel relaxed outside of the cities buzz, but close enough to easily access Downtown Atlanta for restaurants and nightlife. An affluent suburb of Atlanta, it contains almost two centuries of history. Founded as Dunwoody in the 1830s it is well known for its art, culture, and education. The neighborhood is home to the largest community arts education site in the Southeast, The Spruill Center for the Arts.

 

The Southern charm of Atlanta, Georgia offers award winning restaurants, outstanding chefs, the CNN Center, city of Coca-Cola, and the Alliance Theater. Home to Fortune 500 companies, emerging tech companies, and many artists, this flourishing city continues to grow, creating an ever increasing demand for luxury real estate.So if you are considering selling or buying a luxury property in the Atlanta area, Supreme Auctions accelerated luxury real estate marketing program can help. Our consultants bring buyers and sellers together through swift, transparent and seamless transactions.If you would like to learn more contact Supreme Auctions today!