Chamblee/Tucker is just a mile or two from the center of Atlanta and is known as "Chamblee's Best Kept Secret." Chamblee/Tucker, Georgia was originally settled by the Creek Indians in the early 18th century. Settlers began arriving shortly thereafter and built a thriving cotton plantation economy. Today, Chamblee/Tucker is home to the Dekalb County Courthouse and a host of interesting historical sites including a unique museum featuring hand-carved wood animals. Chamblee/Tucker is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Atlanta and has been home to some of the city?s most famous residents, including star pitcher (and World Series hero) Josh Beckett and Braves third baseman Ryan Flaherty. The area boasts a storied history rich in charm and culture, ancient traditions and family values, which are deeply interwoven with today?s modern urban lifestyle.