Chastain Memorial Park is the largest public park in the City of Atlanta and is the centerpiece of the Chastain Park neighborhood.
Around 1950 the Chastain Park neighborhood would undergo its busiest development period which would last through the 1960’s. Development consisted mainly of ranch and mid-century modern style homes. Today many of these homes have been renovated extensively or torn down and rebuilt. The lot sizes in Chastain Park are on average ½ acre or larger.
Families move to Chastain Park for it’s wealth of amenities that are really tough to find inside the perimeter. There aren’t many neighborhoods in Buckhead or really anywhere for that matter that have three schools, a golf course, a tennis center, a swimming pool, a world class sports league for children, a playground, an arts center, a basketball gymnasium, a horse park and stables, a concert amphitheater, and a quaint restaurant within walking distance of your home. Whether you are looking for an arts festival, a mid-week concert in the park (Chastain Chill), a parade, a place to watch fireworks, a 2.8 mile walking PATH, or just a quiet stroll, Chastain Park has what you are looking for.
- Warren T. Jackson Elementary
- Sutton Middle
- North Atlanta High
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