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.
Sidewalks, Street Lights, Walk To Schools, Walk To Shopping
2 Car, Garage, Kitchen Level Entry, Parking Pad
Bookcases, Cable TV Connections, Double Vanity, Foyer - Entrance, Hardwood Floors, Tile Floors, Walk-in Closet
Dishwasher, Double Oven, Garbage Disposal, Microwave - Built In, Refrigerator
Other (See Remarks), Ceiling Fan, Central
Fenced Yard, Garden Area, Screen Porch, Green House
532 x 100, Level Lot, Private Backyard, 1-2 Acres
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