Established in the early 1900s, Haynes Manor is a throwback to classic French and English manor-style homes with distinctive period flair. However, homes constructed through the 1940s and 50s are scattered among the large lots of this affluent community, giving it architectural range and diversity.
Peachtree Battle is Haynes Manor’s main thoroughfare and many residents select to be a member of the long-standing Peachtree Battle Alliance – established in 1974 and now the civic association over nearly 600 homes throughout Haynes Manor, Peachtree Heights West and Westover.
Haynes Manor has a calm, elite and distinctively remote feel despite its central location to some of Atlanta’s best amenities, and one reason for this is the greenspace throughout the community. A chain of parks draws recreation lovers to the area, while the sprawling Atlanta Memorial Park sits to the south of Haynes Manor, bordering Peachtree Creek. Other parks and trails define the neighborhood including Woodward Habersham Park, which boasts some of the most dense, wooded space you’ll find within the perimeter.
Its blend of real estate, private setting, rich history and proximity to urban amenities, as well as award winning schools, makes Haynes Manor one of intown Atlanta’s most sought after communities.