North Harbor is located West of Riverside Drive outside the Perimeter of 285. North Harbor is a “tight-knit community close to amenities,” according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The newspaper goes on to quote a home-buyer who was sold the minute she stepped foot in the neighborhood. “You could sense the community here,” she says. “There were people out in their yards, people walking along the streets, people talking to one another.”
This subdivision includes a mix of architectural styles and projects a warm, welcoming atmosphere that attracts a range of residents. Built in the late 1960s, this neighborhood surrounds a five-acre lake, with winding water-themed streets such as Blackwater Trail, Light House Point and Seamarsh Court.
The member-owned, not-for-profit club includes a gated clubhouse, tennis court with resident teaching instructor and competition-sized swimming pool. North Harbor is one of the few neighborhoods in the area with a clubhouse facility. This provides a year-round gathering place to socialize, celebrate and get to know neighbors. North Harbor Lake is stocked with large-mouthed bass, brim, bluegill and carp and becomes a popular fishing spot for members and their children during nice weather. The club’s lawn is an active area in the summer, providing a scenic lakeside setting for outdoor concerts, barbeques and impromptu children’s games.
North Harbor is located in the excellent, award winning Riverwood International Charter High school district, and the popular Heards Ferry Elementary School.