Built around Atlanta’s largest park, Chastain Park is a coveted neighborhood located in the Buckhead district. Considered to be one of the ten most affluent neighborhoods in the country, there are few reasons not to fall in love with it. Some of Atlanta’s finest recreational activities can be found within Chastain Park, and it is just minutes from everything Buckhead and Midtown have to offer.

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Chastain Park takes up 268 acres of the neighborhood that is named for it. It is made up of jogging trails, a pool, a golf course, a gym, 26 clay and hard tennis courts, and the infamous Chastain Amphitheater. The amphitheater hosts summer concerts given by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as well as world-famous musicians. If it is the equestrian lifestyle you prefer, the Chastain Horse Park is another popular spot in the neighborhood. Restaurants like Landmark Diner and the Horseradish Grillmake for an excellent place to grab a meal.Of course, just outside of the neighborhood, you will find malls, restaurants, nightclubs, and everything else Buckhead has to offer.


An average home within Chastain Park usually sells for about $800,000, but depending your desired location and tastes, you may find something as low as $600,000. Of course, you can also find prices well into the multi-million-dollar range. Many of the homes boast wooded lots not typically found in a big city.


Children living in the neighborhood have access to some of the best public and private schools in Atlanta, including The Galloway School, a private day school located inside Chastain Park. Public school students who live within the Atlanta Public Schools district will attend three award-winning schools: Warren T. Jackson Elementary School, Sutton Middle School, and North Atlanta High School. Some of the neighborhood is zoned for the Fulton County School District, and those students will attend Heards Ferry Elementary School, Ridgeview Charter School, and Riverwood International Charter High School. With its pool, playgrounds, and picnic areas, the park helps to ensure a kid-friendly neighborhood.  Young athletes will delight in the fact that the Northside Youth Organization operates out of Chastain Park, as well.

Why Chastain Park?

With a little over 2,400 residents, Chastain Park has remained one of Atlanta’s most sought-after neighborhoods for many decades. Its amenities for kids and adults alike almost seem too good to be true. Life around the park will make you forget you’re living in the midst of one of the biggest cities in the United States, but a quick drive into Buckhead is a reminder of all the commercial, cultural, and recreational opportunities that are right there at your fingertips.

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