Paradise in the heart of Dunwoody! Wyntercreek subdivision boasts Colonial Williamsburg style brick and wood homes shaded by mature leafy green oaks, magnolias and dogwoods. Just a 10-minute walk from shopping, dining and services, this 50-year old neighborhood has long been a favorite of those looking for close-in living without the hassles of long, slow commutes to and from work.
Amenities include the very active and social neighborhood Swim & Tennis Club (WSTC), offering swim and dive teams and meets, intra-club and ALTA tennis and, of course lots of parties and social gatherings. Wyntercreek’s social activities are run by Neighbors of Wyntercreek (NOW), to which more than 95 percent of the residents belong. NOW is also an organization that works to maintain and enhance the property values of the neighborhood. The officers of NOW work with the residents and the community to ensure that Wyntercreek has a voice on issues affecting Dunwoody and the neighborhood. The group also sponsors an annual block party in the fall, a Halloween costume party and parade for the children, a Winter Holiday Cocoa Party and an Easter Egg Hunt in the spring. NOW also sponsors a book club and other special interest groups.
The children of Wyntercreek walk or ride their bikes to the neighborhood school, Austin Elementary for pre-K through 5th grade. There is bus service for Peachtree Charter Middle School, grades 6-8, and for Dunwoody High School, grades 9-12. All three of these schools enjoy and benefit from heavy parental support and involvement and strong, active PTA’s.
Wyntercreek is just 1.5 miles from Perimeter Mall and I-285 and a half mile from GA-400. Wyntercreek is bound by Roberts Drive on the west, by Dunwoody Nature Center and Dunwoody Senior Baseball fields on the north, residential neighborhoods on the east and by the Old Dunwoody Cemetery and an office park on the south. It is a self-contained oasis of tree-lined streets and neighbors who know, socialize and watch out for each other. For those who are looking for a bit of “Mayberry” in the midst of the hustle of Atlanta, come and live in Wyntercreek!
Neighborhood photography by local photographer Alan Mothner.