Druid Hills and its 15,000 residents have the distinct pleasure of being part of the city of Atlanta and unincorporated DeKalb County. For this reason, some call it the “perfect suburb,” a nickname since the late 19th century. Over the years, the historical neighborhood with its gorgeous residences, charming retail shops and restaurants, award-winning schools, and exciting cultural opportunities has attracted some of Atlanta’s most notable residents.
1193 Clifton Road NE #B
Atlanta, GA 30307
979-A Springdale NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
Saturday mornings, enjoy the farmers’ market sights and sounds or play on a playground with your family at a clean, safe city park near your home. Imagine walking your dog past some of the oldest and most beautiful houses in Atlanta or having lunch with your neighbors at an award-winning local café. Druid Hills is the ideal neighborhood for this laid-back lifestyle. You may even forget you live in Atlanta at times. However, on those days you are craving a night of fine wine and live music or a Broadway play and dinner at a 5-star restaurant, you can be in the city’s heart in mere minutes.
Because of its location between Midtown and Decatur, there are ample opportunities for dining, shopping, entertainment, and culture in Druid Hills. To the west sits Piedmont Park, a 189-acre park with a lake, sports courts, walking paths, picnic areas, a dog park, and much more. The lovely Atlanta Botanical Gardens are also just a couple of miles away. To the east, you’ll find the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and the fun yet educational Fernbank Science Center. Located in the heart of the neighborhood is the upscale Druid Hills Golf Club, a private, secluded club that has been around since 1912. Dozens of mouth-watering restaurants are scattered throughout the area, too, including Bad Dog Taqueria, Saba, and Rise-N-Dine. The world-famous DeKalb Farmers’ Market is around the corner, featuring fresh, local produce to international food and ingredients.