Druid Hills Real Estate
Welcome to your official guide to Druid Hills real estate and homes for sale! Our mission at the Nest Atlanta team is to create with a "one stop shop" real estate website that provides you with everything you need to know about the Historic Druid Hills community in Atlanta (and Decatur), GA.
The demand for homes in Druid Hills is stronger than ever this year thanks to a great location, active neighborhood associations, top-notch schools, and some stunning historic mansions and estate homes, Craftsman bungalows, and luxury estates for sale.
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 invite you into the neighborhood where you will find beautifully restored Tudor homes, bungalows, Federal and Traditional homes perched on hilltop lots.
Some of Atlanta's leading families, such as the Coca-Cola Candlers, lived in this area of Atlanta during the late 19th and early 20th century. Today, this affluent community is home to corporate executives, Emory physicians and professors, and other professionals; many that work for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Children's Healthcare and the Emory University Hospital.
Uniquely positioned in three different Atlanta zip codes (30306, 30307, and 30030), a portion of Druid Hills sits in the City of Atlanta, another section in the City limits of Decatur and a small portion is located in unincorporated Dekalb County. Some of the attractions in Druid Hills include the exclusive Druid Hills Golf Club, Olmstead Park, and Emory University and the Emory Village. Residents love their sanctuary just minutes away from downtown Atlanta.
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The grand historic homes and estates in Druid Hills can be found on Lullwater, Springdale, Clifton, Oakdale, and Fairview, Oxford and Emory Rd. Speckled throughout the tree-lined streets of this historic neighborhood you will find larger Craftsman bungalows, Federal style houses, English Tudors, Tudor Revival homes and as well as some new construction homes, much of it in the traditional / Tudor design.
The most well-known home in Druid Hills is located at 822 Lullwater. The award-winning movie, Driving Miss Daisy, was filmed at this stunning historic home.
East Atlanta home valuesHomes in and around Druid Hills range in price from about $350,000 to over $2.6 million. You can occasionally find a fixer-upper home under $300,000, but they are few and far between. The homes in Historic Druid Hills near the shops and restaurants in Emory Village (near Lullwater and North Decatur Rd) are always in high demand and typically sell for more than the properties on the outskirts of Druid Hills (in unincorporated Dekalb County).
Wondering if it is the right time to sell your Druid Hills home? We would be honored to speak with you about the pros and cons of listing your home in the current real estate market. We'll help you with the current value of your home, staging tips and anything else you need to make an informed decision.
If you do decide to sell your home, we will bend over backward to ensure that every local real estate agent and potential home buyer knows about your wonderful home. Our Intown Atlanta real estate specialists partner with top-notch real estate photographers, home staging consultants and a graphic designer that will make your home shine, online and off. We'll launch a unique social media campaign for your Druid Hills home, create a custom website and print materials to highlight all of your home's best assets. Call us today for a consultation and we'll also show you how our marketing helped more than 70% of our clients get multiple offers on their home in 2017 and 2018!
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