Affluent Subdivisions and Streets of Atlanta - homes for rent or lease and for sale

The Metro-Atlanta area has many affluent neighborhoods in it's real estate portfolio. From intown historic communities to huge, suburban gated, country clubs. Atlanta has homes of all varieties and sizes. Intown neighborhoods are going to have the original grand homes, bungalows and 50's ranches. Many have been demolished and replaced with brand new, mini-mansion fill-ins. these neighborhoods have mature trees and sidewalks. They are close to cafes and coffee shops, as well as boutique shopping and art galleries. The typical urban lifestyle.

Outside the perimeter I-285, otherwise known as "OTP" is where you will find the new, gated country club subdivisions. Newer homes with golf courses, man-made lakes, beautiful landscaping and tennis courts. You will see more of the national chain restaurants and stores, however, more entrepreneurs are opening fine dining establishments are stores similar to intown.

  • Tuxedo Park
  • Sagamore Hills
  • Windward
  • Morningside
  • Virginia Highland
  • Grant Park
  • Buckhead
  • Ansley Park
  • Brookhaven
  • Garden Hills
  • Brookwood Hills
  • Ormewood Park
  • Druid Hills
  • Windermere
  • Kanawha
  • Chestatee
  • Country Club of the South
  • Sugarloaf Country Club
  • West Paces Ferry Road
  • St. Marlo Country Club
  • Chateau Elan
  • Riverside
  • Hamilton Mill
  • Sherwood Forest
  • St. Ives
  • Indian Hills
  • Bridgemill
  • Marina Bay
  • Governors Towne Club
  • Edinburgh
  • Longleaf
  • Woodmont
  • The River Club
  • The Manor

Affluent Subdivisions and Upscale Neighborhoods

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Executive Subdivisions and Neighborhoods in:

  • Fulton
  • Dekalb
  • Gwinnett
  • Cobb
  • Forsyth
  • Hall
  • Henry