Neighborhoods

Avondale Estates

This Old House online magazine voted Avondale Estates as one of the Best Old House Neighborhoods in 2012.

Clairmont Heights

One of the most popular neighborhoods in the Decatur area, homes in Clairmont Heights date back to the 1940s. Adjacent to Medlock Park, Clairmont...

Clarkston

Declared by Time Magazine as "the most diverse square mile in the country," Clarkston is home to one of the largest and most diverse communities of...

Decatur

With just over 20,000 people, Decatur is one of the most popular areas of Atlanta, a hub of commerce, dining, and cultural affairs.

Druid Hills

Called by the US Department of the Interior a “finest example of late 19th and early 20th century comprehensive planning and development in the...

Emory University Area

The neighborhoods surrounding Emory University vary from large, stately homes to more traditional brick ranches. No matter the style, however,...

Kirkwood

Today, Kirkwood is a diverse neighborhood full of quaint shops, restaurants, and historic homes and sites, known affectionately as “the small town...

Lilburn

A true railroad town, Lilburn was founded in 1890 by the Seaboard Air Line Railway and was incorporated in 1910. After a fire and difficult economic...

Medlock

Originally farmland up until the 1940s, Medlock's development began in earnest during the 1950s and 1960s with the ubiquitous styles of home, the...

Oakhurst

Numerous homes and buildings that were constructed during the early days of Oakhurst still stand; the city is known for its craftsman bungalows with...

Scottdale

Named for Colonel George Washington Scott, Scottdale was originally a manufacturing town, home to the Scottdale Cotton Mill. The main draw of...

Tucker

Families began to flock to the area, and Tucker quickly became “DeKalb’s Area of Golden Opportunity.”

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