Everything you love about historic Druid Hills updated for the way we live today. Originally built in 1932, this bungalow lives large. There’s plenty of room to entertain in the formal living and dining rooms or relax in the spacious family room off the kitchen. The large, updated eat-in kitchen takes in views of the side and back yards. Perhaps the best room in the house isn’t even in the house: it’s the timber frame screened porch with its granite stone walls and views of the oversized yard. Retreat to the lodge-inspired primary suite with sitting room upstairs. Two generous secondary bedrooms plus a hall bath upstairs and two additional bedrooms and a hall bath downstairs provide flexibility for offices or bonus rooms. With three fireplaces, fresh paint, newly refinished hardwoods, ample storage, and a mudroom/laundry room not found in older homes, this home is an example of thoughtfully bringing a historic home into the 21st century. Walkable down leafy streets to Emory, hospitals, CDC, Emory Village, parks, and schools.
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