A thriving urban city with a diverse community and international flair.
Chamblee's history is intertwined with three entities - dairies, railroads and the military. For years, Chamblee was known for its rolling hills and numerous dairies.
The population more than doubled between 2010 to 2016. The area has seen many successful redevelopment efforts while the city moved to protect its historic town center by designating a Central Business District.
A city with rich history that has quickly become one of the most thriving metropolitan communities near Atlanta.
Quaint communities with timeless homes many of which have been recently renovated. You have quick access to an upbeat downtown with an ever-expanding entertainment scene.
Between its abundance of local parks and bustling dining scene, Chamblee ranks among the top Atlanta suburbs.
Chamblee is home to nine beautiful parks. Each park includes different features such as playgrounds, field space, barbecue grills, pavilions/picnic areas, walking trails and seating areas.
Chamblee’s Antique Row District is the largest and most distinctive antiques collection in the Southeast.
Chamblee's Antique Row District is a charming collection of antique stores and resale shops that always provide a unique experience with an array of offerings. There's something special about the small-town atmosphere you'll find in Historic Old Chamblee.
A more affordable option to Brookhaven, Chamblee has something for everyone.
Chamblee is a mix of ranches, cottages, split level, mid-century, and new construction houses. This is a fast moving market for well priced properties so make sure you’re ready to make a competitive offer. Chamblee has turned into an especially attractive destination for first time homebuyers and young families.
The active swim and tennis clubs combined with the pride of people who call Chamblee home.
Most communities don’t have HOAs in Chamblee but many have optional swim and tennis clubs that are great places to socialize with your neighbors, especially on the weekends.
Historic, Traditional, Biking Trails, International, Greenspace, Family-Friendly, Young Professional, Residential, Parks & Rec, Diverse, Festivals, Local, Community, Spirit, Transit, Energetic, Developing, Quiet
Atlanta Airport 35m by car
Buckhead 15m by car
Downtown Atlanta 20m by car
Piedmont Park 20m by car
East to West I-85S to Peachtree Golf Club
North to South I-285 to Briarcliff Rd NE
Sexton Woods, Huntley Hills, Keswick Village, Ashford Park, Beverly Woods, Clairmont Park, Dresden, Northwoods, Brookhaven, Doraville
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