One of Atlanta’s most historic and notable neighborhoods, Druid Hills has the distinction of being designed by Frederick Law Olmstead. When Olmstead began planning the area in 1893, he had already completed his work on New York City’s Central Park, Biltmore Estate in Asheville and the grounds of the U.S. Capitol. Roughly bounded by the Fulton County line to the west, Briarcliff Road to the northwest, Fernbank Forest to the east and North Avenue to the south, the picturesque neighborhood is dissected by Ponce de Leon Avenue which features an expansive median lined with a series of unique linear parks. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Druid Hills features an elegant mix of architectural styles including Georgian, Italian Renaissance and Jacobean homes surrounding the exclusive Druid Hills Golf Club.
Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $852,119 (2017)