Historic Collier Heights

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Collier Heights Real Estate

The Collier Heights Historic District is a mid-20th-century residential suburb six miles west of downtown Atlanta consisting of 1,700 houses in 54 small interrelated subdivisions on approximately 1,000 acres of land developed between 1941 and 1979. A few earlier rural houses are located along several roads on the periphery of the area. The district is located northeast of the Interstate 20/285 interchange and is roughly bounded by Hamilton E. Holmes Drive (formerly Hightower Road) on the east, Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway (formerly Bankhead Highway) on the north, Interstate 285 on the west, and Interstate 20 on the south. The street layout is irregular, reflecting incremental development Hightower Road) on the east edge of the district. Mid-century suburban development occurred from Hamilton E. Holmes Drive westward and from 1-285 eastward. The majority of houses are mid-20th century Ranch Houses, along with a smaller number of Split-Levels and a very few two-story…

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