A 1915 Neel Reid masterpiece in the heart of Druid Hills was originally built for Alfred and Clementine Montag and according to the author of Driving Miss Daisy, Alfred Uhry, was the inspiration and setting for his play as the home of his favorite Aunt "Clemmie." The home has been lovingly restored and renovated for today's Buyer with all of the modern conveniences all set on a sprawling 1.2 acre estate lot. The main level is a master class in symmetry and details like high ceilings, moldings and an abundance of light that Reed was most famous for with a central hall, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, double staircases and chef's kitchen open to a new family/breakfast room. Outdoor living is abundant with screened porch and patios that perfect for entertaining. Upstairs features a beautiful master suite with sitting room plus 3 additional generous bedrooms. The third level is a media room or office with full bath. There is a separate carriage house with full kitchen and bedroom/bath over the 2 car garage with electric charging stations. Set on 1.2 acres the walk out back yard offers privacy and plenty of room for a pool. A greenhouse on the upper part of the property is perfect for gardening.
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Listing information last updated on April 3rd, 2020 at 2:15am EDT.