Real Craftsmanship. Real History. Real Living! Step inside and experience the best of Druid Hills. "Something a little different," said Leila Ross Wilburn when referring to her #136 design of this Colonial-Craftsman home. For over 20 years, the owners have meticulously and fully restored this home with an eye to exceptional artisanship while remaining true to its architectural roots. In this house, form and function are fully integrated. With its spacious flowing rooms, interior antique French doors and Barrister bookcases, space abounds for everything that adds style and happiness to your life. From relaxing to studying or pursuing hobbies, this design is truly your place to call home. As soon as you open the front door, your friends and guests will feel welcome. Whether gathering around the generous kitchen island or enjoying the sunrise from the pergola swing, you'll find entertaining has never been easier! And when your guests do leave, retire to the most restful, full upper-level master suite and relax away the cares of the day. Your new home is perfectly located; it's only a 6 1/2 minute walk to Emory University and Emory Village or a short drive to Decatur, Virginia-Highland, Midtown, and Downtown. This residence is for those who love and appreciate the importance of a "Real Home in a Real Historic Neighborhood!"
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Listing information last updated on April 3rd, 2020 at 3:45am EDT.