Brookhaven, GA Homes for Sale
Brookhaven is ITP....and for those that are new to the area, that means "Inside the Peremiter." Proximity to downtown Atlanta is why this area is so sought after. Why choose Brookhaven for great real estate or the home of your dreams? It’s an inviting metro Atlanta neighborhood, offering outstanding access to the city combined with a strong sense of identity and history. This area is so appealing, it was originally a vacation destination for Atlantans. Despite being overtaken by its metropolitan neighbor in terms of size, a home in Brookhaven is still a highly desirable address. Listed below are homes for sale in Brookhaven, GA. Our listings are updated daily from Atlanta's First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS). Read More About Brookhaven Real Estate Here
Listing information last updated on March 30, 2020 at 11:00 AM CST.
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Today’s Brookhaven Real Estate Market
Brookhaven just recently became the newest - and, with 49,000 residents, the largest - city in DeKalb County. The Brookhaven area is served by two highways, I-85 and I-285, and by Peachtree Road, which connects directly to downtown Atlanta. Nearby cities include Chamblee and Dunwoody.
Brookhaven has a great school system. This area is home to Oglethorpe University, a liberal arts college that was named for James Edward Oglethorpe, the founder of the state of Georgia. Marist High School, one of Atlanta’s most prestigious private schools, is within a short distance as well.
Brookhaven’s history reaches back to the 1830s, but there were few settlers in the area. Eventually the neighborhood had its own railroad stop, yet it remained a very small community until the early 1900s. Once Atlanta residents started building summer homes, Brookhaven quickly became known for its well-appointed houses and gracious public spaces. Today, these elegant mansions can be seen in the neighborhoods around the Capital City Club, where several houses are listed in the National Register of Historic Homes. In fact, many of the buildings in this area showcase the architectural styles of the early days of Atlanta, with the vast majority featuring updated modern conveniences for today’s residents.
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