Just east of Midtown Atlanta, Druid Hills is one of Atlanta’s most affluent communities and home to Emory University, Centers for Disease Control and Callanwolde Fine Arts Center located in a Gothic-Tudor estate. Druid Hills neighborhood was a vision of six separate linear parks down a main thoroughfare. Large lots with deep setbacks and curving tree lined streets became the footprint of other noteable neighborhoods such as Ansley Park, Morningside to name a few. Other mentionable architectural styles include: Georgian, Italian Renaissance and Tudor estates. Druid Hills counts no less than 9 public parks and annual festivals to include the Home & Garden Tour, Sweetwater 420 and Fall Festivals.