Buckhead, a district of Atlanta located in Fulton County, is a major hub of the city. It’s the third-largest business district in the city and is populated by high rise buildings and surrounded by residential neighborhoods.Search Listings
The original plot of land for Buckhead consisted of 202.5 acres and was purchased by Henry Irby in 1838 for $650. The district allegedly got its name when Irby killed a buck and placed its head in a prominent location in the area. After World War I, the city’s affluent residents started building their mansions in Buckhead.
Fashionistas shouldn't pass up the chance to visit Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, two of the premier shopping centers in Georgia that house several high-end stores that do not have other locations within several hundred miles of Atlanta.
- Catch dinner and a flick at the AMC Dine-In Theatre
- Browse the shops at Lenox Square
- Take the kids to LEGOLAND Discovery Center
- Learn a little bit about Atlanta at the Atlanta History Center