320 Oakhurst Leaf Drive, Milton
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Welcome to Oakhurst – a village, neighborhood and community located in the southwest area of Decatur. The Oakhurst community is vibrant, diverse and home to a variety of local businesses, public parks, a community garden, a wonderful school system and a strong community led by a history of volunteerism through the Oakhurst Neighborhood Association. It was incorporated as a town in 1910 and six years later it was annexed by Decatur.
Many of the homes in Oakhurst were built around that time in the distinctive Craftsman bungalow style. Some of the homes on Adams Street were actually developed by two pioneering women. Between 1905 and 1912, Georgia Adams oversaw the development of homes on Adams Street on land owned by her father. The homes were designed by Lila Ross Wilburn, an architect and graduate of Agnes Scott College.