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  • Brookhaven
    Brookhaven
    Atlanta, GA 30319
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    buyers info sellers info
    Elementary school:
    Sarah Smith
    Middle school:
    Sutton
    High school:
    North Atlanta
    Local interests:
    Lenox Mall, Phipps Plaza, Capital City Club, and Marta.
    Description:
    Coming from downtown, Brookhaven is located Northwest of Peachtree Road, just past Lenox Mall. About 800 households are located in Brookhaven, which are mostly in Fulton county, with others in Dekalb. Median home price in 2005 was about $420,000. Contact us for assistance in buying or selling in Brookhaven. We can assist buyers through the entire process, including providing detailed information and analysis on homes for sale in Brookhaven. We can also assist sellers by implementing a unique marketing program that helps to sell homes quickly for the best price. We are a full service real estate company, specializing in close-in communities such as Brookhaven.
    Comments:
    In 1910, a group of investors purchased land to develop what is now called Brookhaven Country Club. It was Atlanta's second golf course (after East Lake) and had 9 holes until being expanded to 18 holes in 1913. Homes were laid out and built around the golf course through the 1920s, with architects such as Neel Reid and Hal Hentz influencing their designs. The past ten years has seen a trend of old homes being demolished and replaced with large infill properties in Brookhaven.

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