Old Cobblestone Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Old Cobblestone neighborhood in Dunwoody is considered one of the most elegant and exclusive neighborhoods in North Atlanta. Situated on 22 acres off Spalding Drive, the neighborhood lies south of the Chattahoochee River. Each lot is at least an acre and is valued around one million dollars. New construction must be approved by Stephen Fuller, the approved architect for Old Cobblestone. Additionally, landscaping must be approved by Land Plus, the approved landscape architect for the neighborhood.
The Old Cobblestone neighborhood is surrounded by Dunwoody Country Club and the Bailey Estate Community. The Dunwoody Country Club also offers a golf course.
The neighborhood architectural style is English Country. Four creeks wind through the neighborhood. The tranquil area is heavily wooded with abundant wildlife. One beautiful landmark in the neighborhood is a 60-year-old Pavilion that sits on top of a bubbling spring.
Neighborhood schools include Vanderlyn Elementary School, Austin Elementary School, Sandy Hills Middle School, Peach Tree Middle School, North Springs High School, and Dunwoody High School. The private schools in the area are Alpharetta International Academy, The Atlanta Academy, Atlanta Adventist School, and Arlington Christian School.
Dunwoody Nature Center is located nearby and features wetlands, woodlands, streams, trails, gardens, a picnic meadow, and a shaded playground. The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is also in the area, and features many recreational activities. Dunwoody North Driving Club has both a pool and tennis courts.
Many shopping and dining opportunities are available in the nearby Perimeter Mall. Favorite neighborhood restaurants include Arturo’s Trattoria, Goldfish, McKendrick’s Steak House, the Old Hickory House, and Smokey Bones BBQ and Sports Bar.