Located in North DeKalb County, Brookhaven is bounded on the north by I-285 and primarily by I-85 on the south. To the west, it goes as far as the DeKalb/Fulton County line and to the east, it abuts the city limits of Chamblee. The boundaries of Historic Brookhaven include parts of the city of Atlanta as well as parts of DeKalb. According to an article in the AJC.com “Known for its shady, Old Atlanta residential streets, Brookhaven officially became a city in 2012 and recently has seen an expansion of live-work-play developments with trendy restaurants and boutiques. “We’re the 13th largest city in Georgia, and we’re continuing to grow,” said Mayor John Ernst, who grew up in Brookhaven and fondly recalls playing in Murphey Candler Park as a child. “We’re working hard to create an identity for Brookhaven as a whole and to fulfill the needs of all our residents.”
“Brookhaven’s 14 parks and its planned greenway create a suburban environment convenient to MARTA and such major roads as Peachtree Street. The city plans to acquire more land for green space and to connect neighborhoods with bike paths. “
Skyland Brookhaven features well-appointed new luxurious townhomes with sought after features like huge masters, over-sized great rooms, fireplaces, built-ins and gorgeous coffered ceilings. The kitchens are open for easy entertaining and have beautiful custom painted cabinets. Lower level includes 2-car garage and bedroom with full bath. Hardwoods in all areas except bedrooms and luxurious tile upgrades in kitchen.