Established in 1925, and originally known as Beautiful Garden Hills', the historic and scenic Garden Hills neighborhood of Buckhead consists of classic examples of Georgian, Tudor, Spanish Revival, Craftsman, and Brownstone architecture, many listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
From famed Atlanta architect Philip Shutze's residential masterpieces to the architecturally-compelling 58 Sheridan, the diverse homes of Garden Hills symbolize a time capsule of enduring character and unrelenting charm of Buckhead's preferred 30305 address.
Nestled along Sheridan Drive, 58 Sheridan represents an oasis of twenty-eight select residences with a walkable convenience to Publix, Barnes and Noble Booksellers, and the soon-to-be developed Buckhead Avenues (the Rodeo Drive of Atlanta) nearby.
At leisure, owners can bike or jog through neighborhood parks and along tree-shaded streets flanked by manicured lawns, stately homes, and estate-sized mansions. For fine dining or fashion shopping, renown restaurants, designer boutiques, and preferred malls are a short drive away. And for commuters, the enviable convenience to corporate business centers in Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead is a dream-come-true.
At home, these three- and four-story Brownstones (some with elevators) provide sanctuary for the consummate professional who favors the hard-earned rewards of a life well-lived. Ten-foot ceilings on the main- and third-level living spaces; hardwood, travertine, and tile floors in select areas; abundant crown and eight-inch baseboard mouldings; and Viking appliances in the kitchen . . . are among the tailored appointments and treasured amenities found within each home.