Historic Garden Hills was established in 1925 by prominent Atlanta attorney Phillips Campbell McDuffie. It is a large, urban neighborhood – considered part of greater Buckhead – and it has large lots, old trees and a charming mix of early 20th century architecture.
The community’s focal point is the Garden Hills Pool. Playing fields and a recreational center are nearby. The active Garden Hills Civic Association plans many activities and sponsors several community ventures. Some of these include an annual barbeque, ice cream social, holiday parties, an annual home tour, historic preservation planning meetings and a neighborhood security patrol.
Sunnybrook Park, Alexander Park and Frankie Allen Park are all easily accessible from Garden Hills. Plus, its nearness to bustling Buckhead means there are endless options when shopping or dining out.
Garden Hills is located between Peachtree and Piedmont Roads, Pharr Road and Lindbergh Drive.
Garden Hills Elementary, Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School are widely attended. Plus, the city’s finest private schools are minutes away.