custom homes in Druid HillsThose interested in our gorgeous new custom homes in Druid Hills at The By Way won’t have to wait too much longer for their completion. The kitchens and baths in both homes are installed, so buyers looking to tour the homes will get a good feel for the finished products, which will offer an inspired combination of historic influence and sublime modernity.

Custom Homes 1185 and 1189, which are priced at $1,399,000, are situated on two-thirds of an acre homesites off of the street with a brick and stone exteriors. Inside the more than 4,500 square foot Druid Hills new homeshomes, buyers will find plenty of room for family and guests with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. Custom features include 10-foot ceilings on the main floor, custom kitchens open to the breakfast rooms and great rooms with beamed ceilings, four bedrooms with bathrooms including the master suites on the second floor and finished basements with bedroom suites, rec rooms, media rooms, exercise rooms and wine cellars. Rounding off these homes are lovely covered porches with views of the private wooded backyards, each with plenty of room for a pool.

As if these homes weren’t appealing enough on their own, homeowners will also benefit from a location within walking distance to the Olmstead Linear Parks, which have been newly restored. Druid Hills Golf Club, Candler Park Golf Course, Emory University and Little Five Points are just a few of the additional nearby attractions.

“Because Druid Hills is an historic neighborhood, new construction is a rarity, so it’s a great opportunity for buyers to be in a highly desired neighborhood with the luxury of new construction,” said Peggy Hibbert, the agent for the community.

Children will attend Dekalb County schools including Fernbank Elementary, Druid Hills Middle and Druid Hills High. Private school options including The Paideia School, Benjamin Franklin Academy and The Atlanta School.

For more information on these two Dekalb County homes or to schedule an appointment, call Peggy Hibbert at 404-444-0192.

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