10 reasons to purchase real estate in Tuxedo Park

Posted on August 14, 2014

Tuxedo Park is one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Atlanta’s Buckhead district. There are nearly 700 homes in the neighborhood, and it has a healthy mix of new construction and estate homes. Property in this neighborhood can range from $1 million to more than $14 million—and it’s well worth the price! Here are the top 10 reasons why you should invest in property in Tuxedo Park.

  1. Location: Tuxedo Park is conveniently located in the heart of Buckhead, and it features easy access to I-75, GA 400 and several of Atlanta’s main roads, including Peachtree Road and Piedmont Road.
  2. Schools: Tuxedo Park is zoned for Warren T. Jackson Elementary School, Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School in the Atlanta Public School system. There are also three top-tier private schools in the area: Pace Academy, Westminster and The Lovett School.
  3. Tuxedo Park Civic Association: Community is important to Tuxedo Park residents, and they are very active with the community’s civic association. Through the civic association, your future neighbors are constantly trying to improve the neighborhood and the areas that surround it. The association also sponsors several social events for members each year.
  4. Shopping: There is no question that Buckhead is the best shopping destination in the South. Two large malls and hundreds of small, local boutiques make it easy to find the special items you seek.
  5. Dining: Alongside the great shopping is some of the best food in Atlanta. You can check out local favorites with traditional southern food or explore new taste combinations at some of the region’s award-winning restaurants.
  6. Chastain Park: Tuxedo Park is located just south of Atlanta’s popular Chastain Park. With a wide selection of enjoyable outdoor activities, festivals and concerts throughout the year, Chastain Park is a can’t-miss destination—and it will be right in your back yard.
  7. Governor’s Mansion: Even the Governor of Georgia believes Tuxedo Park is an excellent neighborhood. The Greek Revival-style Governor’s Mansion has been located in Tuxedo Park since 1967.
  8. Atlanta History Center: One of the largest museums in the southeast is the Atlanta History Center. It offers an interactive tour through Atlanta and Georgia history that will fascinate the history lover in your family.
  9. Swan House and Smith Family Farm: These two historical houses are part of the Atlanta History Center. The elegant 1928 Swan House is one of the most photographed landmarks in the city, and the 1840s Smith Family Farm offers a living representation of an antebellum plantation farm.
  10. Cherokee Town Club: Cherokee Town Club is one of Atlanta’s finest private clubs. It offers a world-class pool, fitness center, tennis courts and fine dining. Consider the club for any banquet or ballroom style event.