Tuxedo Park has long been home to Atlanta’s elite with grand summer estates first appearing in the 19th century.
Refined residential neighborhood with exquisite homes
Tuxedo Park is a refined residential neighborhood in Atlanta’s prestigious Buckhead District featuring exquisite architecture and lush gardens. With some of the most expensive and desirable real estate in Atlanta, the neighborhood is characterized by sophisticated historic mansions and rolling wooded hillsides. Tuxedo Park is home to the Greek Revival-style Georgia Governor’s Mansion. Other architectural styles in the neighborhood include Colonial, English, French, Georgian, Italian, and Tudor properties. Most homes are in gated estates with long driveways and gorgeous park-like landscaping. Demand consistently outstrips supply in Tuxedo Park and homes rarely stay on the market long.
Tuxedo Park has long been home to Atlanta’s elite with grand summer estates first appearing in the 19th century. The Georgia Governor’s Mansion was built in the 1960s. Tuxedo Park offers incredible space and privacy within a mile or two of all of Buckhead’s upscale shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Residents also enjoy access to some of Atlanta’s finest public and private schools.
The expansive 33-acre grounds of the Atlanta History Center is home to the newest location of creative Westside coffee roasters . Many more businesses can be found just outside Tuxedo Park in the Buckhead District, which offers some of Atlanta’s best shopping and dining. The and shopping centers together feature hundreds of high-end retailers such as premium fashion brands and Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue department stores.
Tuxedo Park’s homes are also close to some of Atlanta’s most celebrated restaurants. Buckhead’s diverse dining scene includes sophisticated steakhouse fare at, traditional American pub grub and cocktails at , margaritas and Mexican cuisine at , and classic all-day diner eats at . in the Buckhead Village District is an internationally-renowned photography gallery exhibiting works from the 20th century onward.
is a major Tuxedo Park landmark. This stately Greek Revival mansion consists of 30 rooms spread across three floors on an 18-acre estate. Public tours of the Governor’s Mansion are available on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings. is another cultural attraction in Tuxedo Park. Featuring fascinating permanent and temporary exhibits on all facets of the city’s history as well as frequent special events such as author talks and lectures, Atlanta History Center’s 33-acre grounds also has several distinctively landscaped gardens, nature trails, and historic buildings. Town Club is located close to Atlanta History Center on the former Grant Estate in South Tuxedo Park. This premier private members’ club’s facilities include an 18-hole golf course and exquisite dining areas.
Tuxedo Park is also home to a wide variety of annual events. takes place every Saturday morning between March and December. The market features more than 50 vendors selling organic fruits and vegetables as well as specialty-prepared foodstuffs and handicrafts. The Cathedral of St. Philip hosts January’s annual . The Antiques Show features a week of events with lots of antique furnishings, jewelry, and artwork on sale. The festivities also include a flower show and a tour of some of Tuxedo Park’s most striking historic homes. at Atlanta History Center transports guests to bygone Christmas traditions with recreations of holiday celebrations from the Civil War-era and the 1930s, featuring live performances at historic buildings such as Swan House on the History Center’s grounds. There’s also a visit from Santa and a holiday market with many unique gift ideas.
Tuxedo Park belongs to the Atlanta Public School District. Highlights include: