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555 Apartments for rent in Druid Hills, GA

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Last updated December 11 at 4:57am UTC
1376 Normandy Dr NE
Morningside - Lenox Park
Druid Hills, GA
Updated December 9 at 8:30am UTC
3 Bedrooms
841 Artwood Rd.,NE Road NE
Druid Hills
Druid Hills, GA
Updated December 11 at 1:34am UTC
3 Bedrooms
2180 W Ponce De Leon Avenue
Chelsea Heights
Druid Hills, GA
Updated December 11 at 1:33am UTC
3 Bedrooms
1912 Westminster Way
Druid Hills
Druid Hills, GA
Updated December 11 at 1:33am UTC
4 Bedrooms
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Updated December 11 at 1:32am UTC
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Druid Hills
Druid Hills, GA
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City Guide
Druid Hills
Moving to Druid Hills

If you're considering moving to Druid Hills, you're in for a treat. It's one of the best cities in the Atlanta area to live in, and you're sure to find lovely rental property here. To begin your search for apartments in Druid Hills, gather all your leasing documents. Want to know what those might be? To find out what you'll need specifically, ask each landlord, since requirements can differ. In general, you'll need these types of documents: copies of IDs, bank statements, tax returns, letters of reference from landlords or friends, proof of income, proof of employment and more. Also, be ready to put down a deposit! To secure property rentals here, you'll need to put down at least two months' rent upfront, sometimes three months', so be sure to save your pennies before the move.

Neighborhoods of Druid Hills

Want to know more about the neighborhoods in Druid Hills? Check out the list below. These details can help you understand more about what kind of people live and what kind of things happen in each area - and, most importantly, if you'll be happy calling each place home.

Emory: This is the northernmost neighborhood in the area, and it's the neighborhood that's home to Emory University and all of the facilities that go along with it. That means that along with university students, it also has an excellent hospital, outstanding museums, and beautiful parks and landscapes. The area is also home to the stunning Candler Lake, so if waterfront property is your thing, then this is the area you'll want to check out.

Southern Druid Hills: Love greenery? This is definitely the place you need to look for a house. It's home to multiple parks. One of the best is the Fernbank Forest, with tons of greenery to run around on and plenty of trees that provide shade for lounging. It's also home to Druid Hills Golf Club, where golf aficionados go to play a challenging round of golf on a beautiful course. The course also has an awesome clubhouse where neighbors and community residents can congregate.

Western Druid Hills: Western Druid Hills is the cultural center of the area. It's home to Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, which draws some of the best artists in the region. Western Druid Hills is also the location of many residential properties in Druid Hills. This is a good place to look if you're looking for places to rent in the city.

Eastern Druid Hills: Eastern Druid Hills is the most residential of all the town's neighborhoods. It has lots of quiet residential streets and houses with yards. There's not too much in terms of businesses and commercial property here, so if you want to live in the midst of the hustle and bustle, consider looking in the town's other neighborhoods.

Living in Druid Hills

The truth is that if you're living in Druid Hills, you meant to live in Atlanta. But while Druid Hills is certainly its own town, it offers convenient access and lovely living right near the heart of the big city. Like professional sports? You can find them right nearby in Atlanta; the Atlanta Falcons are a world-class football team, the Braves are an outstanding MLB team and the Atlanta Hawks are an awesome NBA basketball team. Like theater? Atlanta's Alliance Theatre offers some of the best productions in the entire country. Atlanta is also home to some awesome entertainment that's great for people of all ages and interests, such as Stone Mountain Theme Park, Zoo Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium.

If you want to occupy yourself in your hometown and you live in Druid Hills, you can certainly do that as well. Emory offers a slew of activities, from outstanding theater productions to world-class art shows. The area is also home to some great parks where you can spend time outside in the lovely Georgian outdoors: Deepdene Park, Fernbank Forest, Herbert Taylor Park and Ira B. Melton Park. All in all, Druid Hills is a great place for lovers of culture and entertainment, and it's also an awesome spot for anyone who wants to be able to have a quiet night's sleep after their exciting day in the big city.