Historic Atlanta Home with Driving Miss Daisy Ties Asking $2.7 Million

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  • Atlanta’s Druid Hills, the former home of the woman who inspired Driving Miss Daisy asking $2.7 million.
  • Built in 1915
  •  According to the property’s listing, Driving Miss Daisy playwright Alfred Uhry said the home once belonged to his beloved Aunt “Clemmie” and served as the play’s inspiration and setting in his mind.
  • 6,064-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathrooms
  • Updated amenities
  • Set on 1.2 manicured acres,
  • Carriage house as well as numerous outdoor spaces for entertaining.

<p>The listing calls the main level “a master class in symmetry,” and we struggle to disagree. The home’s high ceilings, moldings, and abundance of light are all things that architect Neel Reid was famous for.</p>


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<p>The living area opens up to the patio via two French doors, making it perfect for seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining.</p>

<p>In the dining room, a pair of French doors open up onto a covered porch.</p>



<p>The neutral chef’s kitchen features modern appliances, marble countertops, dual sinks, and a charming built-in breakfast bar.</p>

Coffered ceilings? Be still our hearts!

On the second floor you’ll find the spacious master suite, which comes complete with a sitting room and oversize bathroom.

The home’s beautiful brick courtyard has character to spare.


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Give us $2.7 million and call us Miss Daisy!

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