• Overview
  • History
  • Schools
  • At-a-Glance
  • Collier Hills Lifestyle
    Collier Hills, established in 1941, is a popular intown neighborhood situated between Buckhead and Midtown, with convenient access to all of the city’s amenities including restaurants, shopping, parks, Piedmont Hospital and I-75. The homes in Collier Hills are mostly single-story Cape Cod-style cottages built in the early 1940s. In recent years, new construction has afforded larger families the opportunity to live in this charming neighborhood.  Collier Hills has a very active garden club and annual Fourth of July parties, Easter egg hunts, and Halloween parties. Residents will enjoy the convenience of shopping at The District at Howell Mill and the proximity to both Bobby Jones Golf Course and Bitsy Grant Tennis Center. Collier Hills is home to several parks, including Ardmore, Atlanta Memorial Park and Tanyard Creek Park, which provides fun for the whole family, including a dog park for Collier Hills’s furry residents. With all the amenities of city life nestled in a quiet neighborhood, Collier Hills is a great place to live.

  • Collier Hills History
    Collier Hills is the former estate of Andrew Jackson Collier, who founded and operated Collier’s Mill (a grist mill) in the 1800s.[1] Collier Hills is also the site of some of the bloodiest fighting during the Civil War. Residents will enjoy reading the historical markers located throughout Collier Hills detailing the Civil War fighting that occurred in the area.

  • Collier Hills Schools
    Public Schools within this area include E. Rivers Elementary, Sutton Middle School, and North Atlanta High School.  Nearby private schools include Atlanta International School, Christ the King School, and Paideia School.

  • Collier Hills, at-a-glance:
     

     


    [1] http://www.buckhead.net/history/colliers-mill/index.html