North Druid Hills / Emory Area

This area north of Decatur and east of Buckhead includes the established older communities of Oak Grove, North Druid Hills, Toco Hills, and Sagamore Hills. North Druid Hills/Emory Area is known for its enthusiasm for culture, community, and charm. The area is home to top-rated universities and hospitals, making it one of the most sought-after locations for those in the medical and academic fields.

Key Features

Diverse Housing Stock: There are many housing options to choose from in this area, including single-family homes, ranch homes, townhomes, newer builds, and condos. With a mixture of large, upscale estates and student housing, homes in this area are as diverse as the people who live here. Prices remain steady and are only expected to grow in value as demand for the area increases.

Emory University: The presence of the highly-rated Emory University is obvious in this area. From the names of places such as Emory Point and Emory Village to the many plays and performances available to the public at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts to the driven and involved population of undergraduate, graduate, and post graduate students, Emory's influence extends beyond the classroom.

Nest Picks

Emory Village

A favorite of locals and college students alike, this evolving area boasts several restaurants as well as a small park and water feature. Whether you're grabbing coffee at 7 a.m. or a fine pasta meal at 7 p.m., Emory Village has got you covered.

The General Muir

The General Muir is a modern twist on a Jewish deli in the bustling retail and dining area of Emory Point. Swing through for a coffee and a bagel, sit down for an excellent sandwich, or grab a loaf of bread from their bakery—you won't be disappointed.

Lullwater Preserve

This beautiful estate features expansive walking trails, rolling greenspace, a suspended bridge, and several water features. It is dog friendly, open to the public, and restricted to walking or biking traffic only. Lullwater Preserve is also the site of the home of Emory University's president, called the Lullwater House.

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