atlanta mansions and luxury homes
Looking for a home in one of the affluent Metro Atlanta communities? Due to popular demand, the Nest Atlanta Real Estate Group created this special website that will allow you to not only find the luxury home or estate of your dreams, we will help you select the neighborhood or community that best meets you and your family's needs.
Over 20 mansions are currently for sale in Atlanta and all are listed at over 5 million dollars. The most expensive property for sale is is in the prestigious Buckhead Atlanta community -- it offers over 25,000 square feet and is listed $19 million.
available in Metro Atlanta, from Alpharetta to Roswell, Buckhead and Virginia Highland.
Want or need to live closer to the Downtown Atlanta area? To follow are the most affluent neighborhoods and communities near Downtown or "Intown" Atlanta:
Ansley Park historic homes and estates
Buckhead Atlanta luxury homes and mansions
Chastain (including Chastain, Chastain Park and Chastain Lakes) luxury homes for sale
Druid Hills historic homes and estates for sale
Garden Hills luxury homes
Inman Park Atlanta - historic homes and mansions
Morningside - upscale homes for sale
Tuxedo Park mansions and estates
If you want to live a bit further outside of Downtown Atlanta, there are many options and upscale suburb communities. Find the million dollar real estate listings in the following Metro Atlanta suburbs:
Alpharetta estates and luxury real estate
Cumming homes for sale
Decatur million dollar homes for sale (Dekalb County)
Duluth mansions and luxury properties
Dunwoody luxury homes for sale (Dekalb County)
Johns Creek mansions and luxury homes
Mableton homes for sale
Marietta mansions and estates for sale (Cobb County)
Norcross luxury homes for sale
Roswell homes for sale (Fulton and Cobb County)
Sandy Springs million dollar listings
Smyrna luxury estates for sale (Cobb County)
- Atlanta National homes for sale
- Country Club of the South - properties for sale
- The Manor - Alpharetta
- Sugarloaf Golf & Country Club
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Looking for a wonderful deal on your next home? There are some exceptional prices on foreclosures and short sales in the Atlanta luxury home market. Click below to view the available homes:
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ATLANTA MANSIONS & ESTATES
ALPHARETTA MANSIONS & ESTATES
Learn more about each of the unique Atlanta communities....
This affluent Midtown neighborhood is rich with history and features some of Atlanta’s most stunning homes and estates. Located just west of Piedmont Park and bordered by Piedmont Avenue and Peachtree Street, Ansley Park is considered one of Atlanta’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Located on the northern edge of Buckhead, this neighborhood was originally developed around 1910 as Atlanta's first country club neighborhood. Brookhaven is an elegant enclave of large Tudor, Colonial, Georgian, and English cottage homes. Peachtree and Peachtree-Dunwoody roads provide easy access, as does the Brookhaven MARTA rail station. Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza offer luxurious shopping less than a mile away.
Buckhead is located north of downtown Atlanta and inside the Perimeter. It is one of Atlanta’s busiest financial centers and features gracious and historic homes, world-class shopping centers, elegant hotels and fantastic restaurants. It has been called one of the United State’s top most affluent communities.
Founded by Jacob Elsas in 1884 and originally consisted of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill and houses for the workers. Today Cabbagetown is home to a unique mix of families, singles, young couples, artists, and corporate executives. Lofts are growing in number, as well as eclectic shops and restaurants.
Originally called Dawson's Camp, Decatur, was named for American naval officer Stephen Decatur, who fought in the War of 1812. Decatur was incorporated in 1822, making this the oldest city in DeKalb County. Decatur is the home of several colleges, including Agnes Scott College, Columbia Theological Seminary and the south campus of Georgia Perimeter College. Older brick homes, smaller bungalows and cottage homes are abundant in this area.
The residences built in the Druid Hills Historic District during the early 20th century are among the finest examples of period architecture in the Atlanta metropolitan area. It is one of the most affluent residential communities in Atlanta, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Home to Callanwolde, built in 1920 for Asa Candler, the founder of Coca-Cola. And 822 Lullwater, the house used in filming "Driving Miss Daisy." Curving, winding roads circle around the Tudor, Georgian and Traditional two story style architecture.
Garden Hills is a classic intown neighborhood with winding streets lined with old trees, pocket parks, and a neighborhood pool/recreation center – all convenient to shopping, transportation, schools and churches.. Located between Peachtree and Piedmont roads near the business district in Buckhead, homes in Garden Hills range from Georgian, Tudor and Spanish Revival to Craftsman.
Just north of downtown is the city's cultural center and sanctuary for the alternative lifestyle crowd, singles and young professionals. Midtown is aptly named due to its location, being the midpoint between Downtown and Buckhead. This charming area is full of old, refurbished homes, loft and warehouse apartments and condos. Lacking the large rolling lawns and mansions of Buckhead, Midtown has its own special appeal.
morningside / lenox park
In the 1920s, Morningside was a new type of "suburb"; commuters traveled to and from their homes by streetcar and, if they were fortunate enough, by car. Now, Morningside and Lenox Park, developed in 1931, are valued as "close in" neighborhoods with short drive-times that commuters outside the Perimeter surely must envy. Some 3,500 households strong, the area includes other neighborhoods - University Park, Noble Park, Johnson Estates and Hylan Park – and is just down the street from the popular Virginia Highlands.
Located just five minutes northeast of downtown Atlanta, this district was named after its location at the intersection of Virginia and North Highland avenues. It is Atlanta's most popular neighborhood for shopping, dining and nightlife for young families and professionals. Developed in the early 1900's, it consists of six distinct commercial "villages" alternating with short, walkable blocks of charming bungalow homes.