Historic Druid Hills property designed by Neel Reid listed for $3.5 million

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The property, known as Rest Haven was built for Asa Candler’s youngest son in 1918

Druid Hills is chockablock with storied history and notable architecture. In the last few months, some notable properties in the neighborhood have been listed, including one with "Driving Miss Daisy" ties.

Now, another historic Druid Hills property is on the market. The home at 940 Springdale Road NE was designed by famed Atlanta architect Neel Reid in 1918.

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The property, known as "Rest Haven," was built for William Candler, the youngest son of Coca-Cola founder Asa Candler, according to the listing. It's on the market for $3.59 million.

Situated on two acres of land, the listing notes that the property offers “valuable privacy and a remarkable opportunity for the discerning buyer.”

The home, which is just more than 7,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, has been “thoughtfully renovated” with modern amenities.

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The home has 12-foot ceilings on the main level and a grand stair case to the upstairs living area.

The property also has a three-car carriage house. It offers nearby access to Emory and the Druid Hills Golf Club, the listing notes.