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Emory Grove Historic District

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NRHP Reference #  00000300
Year built  1938
Nearest city  Decatur
Area  36 ha
Added to NRHP  31 March 2000
Emory Grove Historic District
Architect  Ivey and Crook; Robert and Company
Architectural style  Colonial Revival, Late Gothic Revival

Emory Grove is a small area of bungalow style homes built in 1939 and the 1940s in Druid Hills, Georgia near Emory University. The Emory Grove Historic District, located between Emory University and the city of Decatur, Georgia, is a 90-acre (36 ha) historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

The district has 200 contributing buildings, 4 contributing sites and one other contributing structure. It includes work by architects and/or builders Ivey and Crook and Robert and Company in Colonial Revival and Late Gothic Revival architectural styles.

A significant date in its history is 1938. It includes single dwellings, a school, a religious structure, and a church school, and it was listed for its architecture.

Emory Grove consists of Princeton Way, Westminster Way, and Edinburgh Terrace, and some houses along N. Decatur Road.


Emory Grove Historic District Wikipedia

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