Kim Boyd has years of experience with real estate in the following neighborhoods:
Located on the northern edge of Buckhead, Brookhaven developed around 1910 as Atlanta's first country club neighborhood. Brookhaven is an elegant enclave of large Tudor, Colonial, Georgian, and English cottage homes. Peachtree and Peachtree-Dunwoody roads provide easy access, as does the Brookhaven MARTA rail station. Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza offer luxurious shopping less than a mile away.
Buckhead is located north of downtown Atlanta and inside the Perimeter. It is one of Atlanta’s busiest financial centers and features gracious and historic homes, world-class shopping centers, elegant hotels and fantastic restaurants. It has been called one of the United State’s top most affluent communities.
Dunwoody is a leafy suburb of Atlanta, located just north of the Perimeter freeway (I285), just east of GA 400. Dunwoody features large family homes, modest ranch-style construction and, increasingly, condominium and townhouse developments around the Perimeter Center Mall.
Just north of downtown is the city's cultural center and sanctuary for the alternative lifestyle crowd, singles and young professionals. Midtown is aptly named due to its location, being the midpoint between Downtown and Buckhead. This charming area is full of old, refurbished homes, loft and warehouse apartments and condos. Lacking the large rolling lawns and mansions of Buckhead, Midtown has its own special appeal. Atlanta's legendary past is immortalized by the Margaret Mitchell House, home of Atlanta's famous author.
Founded in 1931, Morningside-Lenox Park is located north of Virginia-Highland, east of Ansley Park and west of Druid Hills. There are approximately 3,500 households that comprise the neighborhood which includes the areas of University Park, Noble Park, Johnson Estates and Hylan Park. Morningside-Lenox Park neighborhood is a "place of pride" for it's residents which is evidenced by the 18 monuments the Morningside Lenox Park Association erected in the late 1980's to define and unify the neighborhood.
North Buckhead is a residential, mixed-use and urban neighborhood inside the City of Atlanta, north of the Lenox Square area. The area is heavily wooded with many hills and valleys. It is conveniently located and has easy access to Atlanta's best shopping and to the majority of its finest restaurants. Commuting is easier from North Buckhead since it is located on the city side of GA 400's toll gates and has several nearby MARTA stations.
Sandy Springs is the Atlanta area’s newest city. It became incorporated in 2005. This vibrant and active neighborhood features mid-20th century homes and newer construction, along with apartment and condominiums in a lush suburban setting. It is located in northern Fulton County, just north of I-285 and just west of GA 400.
Vinings differs from most other communities in its resolve to keep the village’s integrity and uniqueness, making it a world away from uncontrolled urban sprawl. Streets have been widened to accommodate the flow of new residents. Sidewalks have been added to encourage more pedestrian traffic. While large office buildings, restaurants, service businesses, and other shopping centers have arisen, all have respectfully kept the integrity of Vinings historic significance as have the increasing numbers of elegant homebuilders and condominiums/apartments builders in the area. An historic treasure valued by those who live and work there, Vinings is also a great treat for visitors who discover it.
Virginia-Highland is a popular Atlanta neighborhood named after the intersection of Virginia Avenue and North Highland Avenue, the heart of a busy commercial district at the center of the neighborhood. Founded in the early 20th century as a streetcar suburb, it is famous for its bungalows and other historic houses from the 1910s-1930s. It has become a destination for people across Atlanta with its eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, and shops and for the Summerfest festival and other events.