Brookhaven, which developed as Atlanta's first country club neighborhood, is located on the northern edge of
Buckhead. It begins just north of the intersection of Peachtree Road and Peachtree-Dunwoody Road.
Now sometimes referred to as West Brookhaven, it is an enclave of large, elegant Tudor, Colonial, Georgian
and English cottage homes in a lush landscape of broad, winding streets, densely wooded hollows and gently
rolling hills with the Capital City Country Club as its heart.
Historic Brookhaven is the residential neighborhood located at the area's core, and is sometimes simply
referred to as Brookhaven. It has homes surrounding the Capital City Club ranging from $800,000 to $4,000,000.
Other residential neighborhoods in the area include Ashford Park, Sexton Woods, Cambridge, Hampton Hall,
Keswick, Brittany, Lynwood, and Silver Lake Estates.
Parks in Brookhaven include Dresden Park, Brookhaven Park, Blackburn Park, Ashford Park, Murphey
Candler Park, and Keswick Park.
Brookhaven is home to Oglethorpe University. Public elementary schools include Dresden Elementary,
Montgomery Elementary, and Ashford Park Elementary. Private schools include Our Lady of the Assumption
Catholic Elementary School and St. Martin in the Fields Episcopalian Elementary School, as well as a
private Catholic high school, the Marist School.