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Featured Apartments in Brookhaven, Atlanta, GA
A vibrant community located just a few minutes from Phipps Plaza, Lenox Square, and Buckhead, Post Brookhaven combines in-town convenience with the friendly ambiance you find in the best neighborhoods.
Atlanta GA, 30319
Spectacular floor plans in a tremendous location with easy access to I-285 and GA Hwy 400....Select apartments offer garages and covered parking....Huge Townhomes up to 2,300 sq. ft....All of your shopping and fine dining are minutes away at Phipps Plaza, Lenox Square and Perimeter Mall.
Atlanta GA, 30342
Great 1 BR, Den apartment in the Historic Brookhaven/Buckhead area. Garage parking.
Atlanta GA, 30342
Estates at Phipps in Atlanta, GA is located in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta just off of Lenox Road. Convenient access to Highway 400, I-85.
Atlanta GA, 30326
A flawless blend of luxury, sophistication, and rejuvenation awaits you at Windsor at Brookhaven
Atlanta GA, 30319
Brookhaven, Atlanta, GA
Living in Brookhaven
If you rent a Brookhaven apartment, you may live in Atlanta. Confused? Don’t be. There are two contiguous parts of Georgia known as Brookhaven. “Historical Brookhaven” is in Buckhead and part of Atlanta. The DeKalb County community east and north of that neighborhood is also Brookhaven—but that’s not included in incorporated Atlanta. Historical Brookhaven is centered on the Capital City Club—one of Atlanta’s oldest private social clubs. It’s a sedate area of lovely single-family homes. The rest of Brookhaven is suburban without feeling far from the city. The MARTA station helps!
John Evans was the first European to settle in Brookhaven. He built a plantation here in 1810. Later, Atlanta residents created a summer cottage community in the area. A planned development grew around the newly constructed golf course in the early 20th century. Brookhaven saw speedy residential development as of the 1950s. Today a number of bucolic Brookhaven neighborhoods prove attractive to prospective renters.
Brookhaven Lifestyle and Entertainment
For the most part, Brookhaven is suburban. There are a few commercial strips, notably in Brookhaven Village. There, in the town center, you’ll find a pub, a coffeehouse, retails shops, and more. There’s also Brookhaven Station shopping center, on Peachtree Road, near the MARTA station. There are a number of good-sized parks in Brookhaven. Capital City Country Club is private, but Blackburn Park and Murphey Candler Park are both well apportioned. The latter has a lake, too. Lynwood Park has ball courts, a pool, a recreation center, and a picnic area.
Brookhaven Info and the Rental Market
You’ll find a wide range of rental properties available in Brookhaven. Around the country club, there are single-family homes designed by well-known Atlanta architects. Mixed-use developments can be found in Brookhaven Village and other areas. Lynwood Park is good for craftsman-style homes and there are apartment complexes along Buford Highway. While buying a home here can be seriously expensive, rentals aren’t too bad. The average rent for a Brookhaven apartment will set you back about $1,200 a month.
While Brookhaven may spill over the edge of Atlanta, the Brookhaven-Oglethorpe MARTA station keeps the community within commuter range. There are also city buses that serve this area. Major arteries such as Peachtree and North Druid Hills roads aid drivers heading Downtown.
The DeKalb County Public Library operates a branch in Brookhaven. There’s a U.S. Post Office on Dresden Drive. The Atlanta portion of Brookhaven is represented by City Council District 7.
Brookhaven Zip Codes
The zip code serving Brookhaven is 30319.