Search Buckhead Atlanta Homes for Sale

Homes for Sale in Buckhead Atlanta

Image of Ultimate Buckhead Real Estate - the Swan Coach House

The Buckhead real estate market 

Buckhead is a very large area of Atlanta and goes above the city limits of Atlanta all the way to I-285. For the purposes of simplicity I have divided Buckhead into four areas by zip code. To search for Single family homes in Buckhead you can use the simple search at the top of this page and just change the zip code depending on which area you are looking at. 

The Four Zip Codes that make up Buckhead

Buckhead 30505 

Is the area in the city limits which is north of Peachtree Creek (around Peachtree Battle)  and includes neighborhoods like Peachtree Battle, Peachtree Hills, Garden Hills, Peachtree Park, Tuxedo Park, and Buckhead Forest . It goes north to approximately Piedmont and Roswell Rd.

Buckhead 30326 

30326 is the area around Lenox square and Phipps Plaza and is home to high rise condo buildings and a small neighborhood Buckhead Heights between Lenox Rd and Roxboro. 

Buckhead 30342 

304342 is a large northern section of buckhead that goes from Brookhaven to Lake Forest Dr. with an outcropping past Lake Forest that includes Chastain Park. It Includes North Buckhead, High Point, Windsor Heights, and  Chastain Park

Buckhead 30327

30327 is also north of 30305 more to the west and goes all the way to I-285

 

History of Buckhead

Buckhead is the name of a large northern section of Atlanta. Buckhead is home to the Governors Mansion, top notch restaurants, elegant shopping and high end real estate.  Henry Irby bought 205 acres of land in 1828 which included what is now known as "The Heart of Buckhead", the intersection of Peachtree Rd, West Paces Ferry and Roswell Road. At that time Peachtree Rd was a Creek Indian Trail. He built a General Store and Tavern and had a large Buck's head stuffed and mounted on the wall. Hence the name Buckhead. The popular establishment was able to survive the Civil War, and Sherman's march to the sea. Formerly known as Irbyville, the name “Buckhead” was adopted as the name of the community. Buckhead and Atlanta were founded approximately at the same time. In 1954 it was annexed into the city. 

Neighborhood Attractions

 

Thinking about selling your Buckhead home? Get an INSTANT property valuation now! 

Our website features the best Buckhead real estate search for homes, condos, land and foreclosure properties available. It is the only site you will ever need! It is easy-to-use and updated by the official Realtor®’s listing service, the FMLS every 15 minutes. 

You can save searches, and get daily email alerts of new listings, price changes, sold data, and market reports. Our Interactive Map Search allows you to view properties on a map or refine your search by drawing the boundaries around the area you desire. 

Curious about what’s happening in your neighborhood? You can create a custom market report to see what’s active, under contract, and sold in your neighborhood! 

Contact us today to find out how we can be of assistance to you!