Emory Grove Historic District

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Emory Grove Historic District
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Emory Grove Historic District is located in Metro Atlanta
Emory Grove Historic District
Nearest city Decatur, Georgia
Coordinates 33°47′38″N 84°18′54″W / 33.79389°N 84.31500°W / 33.79389; -84.31500Coordinates: 33°47′38″N 84°18′54″W / 33.79389°N 84.31500°W / 33.79389; -84.31500
Area 90 acres (36 ha)
Built 1928
Architect Ivey and Crook; Robert and Company
Architectural style Colonial Revival, Late Gothic Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 00000300[1]
Added to NRHP March 31, 2000

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 in 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 1928. 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.[2]

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