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Peachtree Hills is located eight miles north of downtown Atlanta in the affluent Buckhead district. To the west lies the major commercial and financial corridor of Peachtree Road. Even though Peachtree Hills shares a border with this highly urbanized area, the neighborhood maintains its cozy charm.

Characterized by a mix of rainbow-hued bungalows built early in the 20th century and more modern residences, Peachtree Hills appears as a smorgasbord of architecture and landscaping. Yellow, blue, pink and green Craftsman-style cottages dating back to the neighborhood’s beginnings in 1910 line the streets in Peachtree Hills, lending the area a fairy-tale feel.

This neighborhood offers easy access to downtown Atlanta shopping and nightlife as well as boasting some of the highest-rated schools in the region. Peachtree Hills residents enjoy a mix of urban amenities and suburban comfort.


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As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Atlanta, GA is $850 for a studio, $1,150 for one bedroom, and $1,642 for two bedrooms. Apartment rent in Atlanta has increased by 4.1% in the past year.

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66 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
48 Transit Score® Some Transit
51 Bike Score® Bikeable



Located directly across the street from Peachtree Hills, the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center serves as a one-stop shopping area with over 50 vendors on the premises. Come stock up on groceries at Publix, then treat yourself to some goodies purchased at one of the numerous boutiques lining the promenade.

Outfit your home in the finest linens from Gramercy. Monogramming is available, as well as sumptuous décor for your Peachtree Hills cottage.

Stock your kitchen with fresh produce from the Peachtree Road Farmers Market. Held from April to December by the Cathedral of St. Philip, this farmers market brings in the freshest flavors and unique wares from all over the area.


Although Peachtree Hills caters to an affluent population, rental rates are comparable to other similar areas of Atlanta, with the average monthly rent of $1,200 to $1,500 for one-bedroom units.


Many residents of Peachtree Hills use the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority for a quick commute. For transportation to Buckhead, Midtown or downtown Atlanta walk to or take advantage of free daily parking at the Lindbergh station and catch a ride on the train. Many area restaurants and hot spots lining Peachtree Road feature low-priced valet parking as well.

A 20-minute drive gets you to the terminals at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Major highways in the area include Interstate 75 and Interstate 85, so you can drive your car or take a cab to many desired locations in the city.


In addition to the scenic beauty of tree-lined streets and forested yards, the neighborhood of Peachtree Hills also includes Peachtree Hills Park. Maintained by a local volunteer organization, Peachtree Hills Park is a lush playground for children and adults alike. Play tennis on the park's three tennis courts, take your dog for an on-leash jog, or host a barbecue at the pavilions. Reserve a spot in the community garden to grow your own flowers and vegetables. Be sure to bring your bug spray if you're at the park around dusk.

The Peachtree Hills Recreation Center sits right next to Peachtree Hills Park. Shoot some hoops with the rec center's highly regarded basketball league in on of the oldest gymnasiums in the country still in operation.

For a sample of Southern artists and musicians, visit the annual Peachtree Hills Festival of the Arts in Peachtree Hills Park. Held in early summer each year, this festival highlights regional crafts, local musicians and a selection of fine foods from the area.


The Peachtree Hills area features an assortment of dining establishments, ranging from southern style cuisine to French bistro fare. The 2300 block of Peachtree Road NE has most of the area's restaurants.

Many Buckhead residents hail Café Lapin as the home of the best chicken salad in Atlanta. Try the apricot chicken or the curry chicken and walnut salad, then finish your meal with a gooey chocolate chip cookie. The perfect place for a luncheon date with your mother-in-law or a quiet low-key dinner with your significant other, Café Lapin stands as a bright spot in Peachtree Hills dining.

If croissants and omelettes are not what you crave, set your sights on Jalisco Mexican Restaurant. Located in the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center, Jalisco provides familiar south of the border favorites, such as chimichangas and burritos. Homemade salsa made with fresh vegetables delights the palate at this restaurant as well as a more traditional American staple: a chicken soup that locals praise highly.

An even more centrally located option is Treehouse. Nestled in the densely wooded curve of King’s Circle, this unique dining experience makes you feel as though you have entered a grown-up treehouse. Serving American fare for brunch, lunch and dinner, the Treehouse lies within walking distance from many Peachtree Hills addresses.

With metropolitan Atlanta close by, Peachtree Hills residents have a vast array of options when it comes to nightlife and entertainment. The Havana Club, located less than 3 miles from the residential streets, frequently hosts celebrity DJs. With various VIP experiences available, such as premiere bungalow seating in rooms surrounded by a state-of-the-art sound system, this club serves as your destination for a luxurious night out on the town.


Subdivided from a large tract of farmland, Peachtree Hills was formerly known as Peachtree Hills Place and was set in motion by the American Securities Corporation of Georgia. Frank Owens and Eretus Rivers worked together to develop Peachtree Hills. Atlanta officially annexed the neighborhood in 1956.

A home to wealthy Georgians looking to enjoy the fresh air away from the city, Peachtree Hills has served its citizens well. Sir Elton John has a residence in the nearby Glenmore area.

If art is more your thing, catch an exhibition at the Lumiere Gallery located on Peachtree Hills Avenue. Lumiere has one of the country’s most extensive photographic arts collections. Housed within a major arts and design complex, this gallery neighbors the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center, known for its ingenuity in the field of residential and corporate décor. ADAC has served as the hub for Southeastern interior design since the 1960s.


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Apartments for Rent in Peachtree Hills, Atlanta, GA

Peachtree Hills is located eight miles north of downtown Atlanta in the affluent Buckhead district. To the west lies the major commercial and financial corridor of Peachtree Road. Even though Peachtree Hills shares a border with this highly urbanized area, the neighborhood maintains its cozy charm.

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