People who live and work in the multi-county metropolitan Atlanta area quickly learn the importance of the Interstate 285 highway as a line of demarcation around the city known as the “perimeter”. People choose to live inside or outside the perimeter based on real estate prices, commutes to work and a variety of demographics. People who want to live in neighboring Sandy Springs are fortunate that their favorite city has spread both north and south of I-285, thus offering its residents both perimeter options.
Real Estate in Brookhaven Estates
After the metropolitan Atlanta community of Sandy Springs chose to incorporate as its own city in 2005, it grew until today it is the sixth largest in Georgia. The city center and its government offices, as well as most of it parks and its amenities are located outside the perimeter (north of I-285) and west of Highway GA 400, but portions of the city, a few parks and a golf course lie inside of the perimeter very close to the recently formed town of Brookhaven and the Buckhead section of Atlanta.
Sandy Springs is a wealthy community with vital shopping centers and malls, a great variety of businesses and services, excellent hospitals with top rated medical services and great parks/ recreation opportunities. The Sandy Springs Tennis Center offers 24 lighted courts while the Abernathy Arts Center offers lessons, workshops and exhibits. Mass transit is available through bus service and the MARTA rail line into Atlanta. While the median household income is already a respectable $71,592, more than 17 percent of its households earn close to $200,000 or more. The residents here love their city because it combines urban conveniences and sophistication with private neighborhoods and good schools for a very comfortable family life.
Sandy Springs residents who choose to live inside the perimeter and seek a private enclave should visit Brookhaven Estates. Located east of GA 400 on Windsor Parkway a block east of Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Brookhaven Estates is a neighborhood of fifteen executive homes on Estate Way and Mattison Cove NE, both quiet cul-de-sacs. These homes are built on generous three quarter to one full acre lots. The community was established in 1996 and the homes were priced from the high $900,000s.
Brookhaven Estates residents, because they are located inside the perimeter and so close to Brookhaven and Buckhead, find that Sandy Springs life inside the has plenty to offer. There are wonderful shopping, dining and entertainment venues within five miles of the neighborhood, including:
- Luxury shopping malls at Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza
- Dozens of wonderful restaurants, including Houston’s and The Buckhead Diner
- Dine-in movie theaters, art house theaters, and multiplex cinemas
- Capital City Golf Course
- Peachtree Golf Course
- High Museum of Art in Midtown
- Symphony Hall in Midtown
- Public Schools: Sarah Smith Elementary, North Atlanta Middle, Sutton High School
- Private Schools: The Epstein School, The Galloway School. Marist School, Mount Vernon Presbyterian School, Pace Academy
- Lynwood Park and Recreation Center: programs for all ages, swimming pool, three playgrounds, four ball fields, two picnic shelters, two tennis courts and 17 acres of land.
Brookhaven Estates is also near historic Silver Lake with its bird sanctuary and hiking trails. To learn more about the availability of homes for sale in Brookhaven Estates and other Sandy Springs real estate, contact our team of professionals at Sharp Real Estate Services, who will be glad to help with all of your real estate questions and needs.
Brookhaven Estates Homes For Sale
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$1,495,000 : 4795 Peachtree-Dunwoody, Sandy Springs5 beds, 6 baths
$929,000 : 715 Estate Way, Atlanta5 beds, 6 baths
$1,575,000 : 11 The Croft, Atlanta5 beds, 5 baths
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(all data current as of 6/25/2018)
Data last updated: 6/25/18 1:03 AM PDT.
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