Brookwood Hills was established in 1922 by Benjamin Franklin Burdett, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One of Atlanta’s earliest suburban neighborhood developments, Brookwood Hills is tucked away – just off busy Peachtree Street – and was designed with a curvilinear, rambling street plan.
The neighborhood has, in many ways, been untouched by encroaching development; thus, much of the community retains its close-knit, historic feel. Bolstering this is the newly developed, 5-acre Brookwood Hills Community Club, which boasts a large swimming pool and tennis courts. The wide variety of architecture contributes to the community’s charm, and Brookwood Hills real estate ranges from stately Georgians to rich Tudors, all intermingled on the neighborhoods manicured streets.
Members of the Brookwood Hills Civic Association work closely with their governments to maintain the unique quality of life, charm and history within their city. You can join the Brookwood Hills swim or dive team; attend annual holiday gatherings; help plan the community ice cream social; or take the family to the symphony in the park. Or, enjoy all that the 75-acre Clear Creek nature preserve has to offer – it lies on Brookwood Hills’ eastern side. You can learn more about this attractive community by visiting the city’s official website.
Brookwood Hills is conveniently located south of Buckhead and north of Midtown Atlanta. It is bordered by both Peachtree Road and I-85.
E. Rivers Elementary, Sutton Middle and North Atlanta High are the schools to which Brookwood Hills kids are zoned. However, there are several options for private education including Woodward Academy, Pace Academy, Marist School and many others.