Explore Historic Atlanta Neighborhoods :: DRUID HILLS
Listed on the National Register of Historic Homes, Druid Hills was one of the first neighborhoods in Atlanta. The community was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, who also designed Central Park in New York.
Winding, tree-lined streets along Ponce de Leon Avenue invite you into the neighborhood where you will find beautifully restored English Tudor homes, Tudor Revival homes, bungalows, Federal and Traditional homes perched on hilltop lots. Most of the homes were constructed in the early 1900s and are are among the finest examples of period architecture in the Metro Atlanta area.
If you are looking for an affluent historic Atlanta neighborhood with an active neighborhood association, greenspace, excellent public/private schools, and easy access to Downtown Atlanta, Emory University and the interstate, Druid Hills may be the ideal neighborhood for you and your family.
Schools in Druid Hills
Students in Druid Hills attend some of the finest City of Atlanta and Dekab County schools, including:
Real Estate / Home Values
Homes in this affluent historic neighborhood range in price from $350,000 to over $2.2 million. On occassion, a "fixer-upper" or estate home will be available under $300K, but they are few and far between. Learn more about the Druid Hills real estate market at inDruidHills.com.
Search Homes for Sale in Historic Druid Hills
Showing all the properties just listed in the last week. A total of 44 homes are currently for sale (as of 7/20/2012).
Learn more about this community at: inDruidHills.com or call anytime at 404.721.3001.
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