Peachtree Station is a friendly neighborhood of 717 homes with a small-town feel. The community was built in the early 1980’s over several phases.
The homes are predominantly traditional and most feature basements and over-sized, wooded lots with enticing curb appeal. Developed by Jim Cowart, one of the first and most prolific developers in Peachtree Corners, its approved list of builders fashioned spacious, custom homes for new residents. No two floor plans are likely to be identical.
Peachtree Station remains a highly desirable community due, in large part, to the amenity-loaded swim and tennis club. Features include 8 lighted tennis courts, 2 certified tennis pros with on-site offices and a pro shop, tennis camps for kids, and tennis teams and lessons for all ages. Its beautiful 6-lane, 25-meter pool hosts the neighborhood’s summer swim team. Lifeguards are on duty at all times. The club’s large and lively playground and covered area with picnic tables are popular with residents. An on-site clubhouse and beautiful lawn are the sites of many free social events and activities.
Peachtree Station has a vibrant Home Owners Association keeping its entranceways attractive and building strong ties among neighbors. Membership is voluntary.
Residents of this neighborhood enjoy access to award winning-winning public schools including Simpson Elementary, Pinckneyville Middle School, and Norcross High School. Both Pinckneyville Middle and Norcross High have thriving International Baccalaureate programs, and Norcross High has a large array of AP courses available to students too. Peachtree Station students may opt to attend The Paul Duke STEM High School, which focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Additionally, the prestigious Wesleyan School, serving grades K-12, is located in the heart of Peachtree Corners.
Shopping, Dining and Entertainment
Upscale shopping is a short walk away at The Forum on Peachtree Parkway where residents pop into its boutiques and specialty shops. The Peachtree Corners Town Center is located just across the street. The many restaurants of the sister complexes range from fine dining to family friendly. For those who prefer to cook at home, both Trader Joes and Sprouts Farmers Market are located in these complexes. Residents find loads of entertainment options at The Town Center’s CinéBistro and Town Green--the site of fun, free events such as movies, concerts, yoga, and family game night.
It’s just a short drive to the 6-theater NCG Cinema, 2 Publix Supermarkets, Ingles Market and ALDI grocery store. Several other small shopping malls are scattered throughout the city of Peachtree Corners. Find lots of other shopping, dining, salon, and recreational options in them.
A drive through its lovely neighborhoods, or a visit to its many parks, shows visitors why Peachtree Corners maintains its Tree City designation. A large section of Peachtree Station is contiguous with the beautiful and serene Simpsonwood Park. Neighboring Jones Bridge Park on the Chattahoochee River is a well-developed gem, with several pavilions, grills, walking trails, soccer fields and a large playground. Pinckneyville Parkincludes large and active Soccer and Baseball complexes to complement its pond, walking and biking trails, skating bowl, fenced dog park, pavilions, grills, and more. The Town Green’s interactive fountain, slide, and play area delight children.
Robert Fowler YMCA bustles with activity and is literally just around the corner from Peachtree Station. Several other full-service and specialty fitness centers are located nearby.
Peachtree Station residents enjoy other annual activities such as their neighborhood Halloween Parade, the Peachtree Corners Festival, Glow in the Corners Parade, and Light Up The Corners Glow Run.
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