Enjoy this charming southern city in an authentic, historic, three story row house built in 1822 by popular master builder Isaiah Davenport. This unit has a private entrance and four bedrooms on the top two floors of this renovated home. Original stained glass windows and 180-year-old heart of pine flooring give this home remarkable character. With over 3,000 square feet of living space, this home can accommodate large groups. The antique dining room table seats 10 and is ideal for a large family dinner. Enjoy the view of the city from the open air deck at the top level of the house. Relax in one of the two jacuzzi baths.
Walk just 3 blocks to City Market and enjoy the shopping and dining at restaurants like Paula Deen's Lady and Sons. Walk only 5 blocks to experience the sights and sounds of River Street and all the entertainment found there.
Located just off of Telfair Square, near the Telfair and Jepson art museums, you can easily walk anywhere in the historic district and explore it square by square. The city Civic Center is just 2 blocks away, and the home is convenient to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
Street parking is available and free on nights and weekends. The city parking garage is just across the street.
With two twin beds, one twin daybed with trundle, one full, one queen, and one king, there are many options for sleeping large groups. A portable pack-and-play crib, toddler's mattress, and two inflatable queen mattresses provide other sleeping options for additional guests. You can sleep 10 people in the beds provided, and 14 if using the two inflatable mattresses.
This two-level unit is spacious and well-suited to extended family gatherings. The lower level includes a bedroom with double bed, another bedroom with queen bed, a breakfast room with balcony, dining room, kitchen, bath, and laundry. The upper level provides a king bedroom, TV room, twin bedroom (2 beds), landing with trundle daybed (converts to two twin beds or a king size bed), spacious master bath and roof-level deck.
Keywords: House, 4 bedroom
We are a professional couple from Atlanta who decided to invest in a historic Savannah home to help in the city's preservation and also enjoy the joy of this wonderful, charming city.
Our family fell in love with Savannah when we began to visit the charming city in the early 90s. The transformation of the town from that time to now has been astounding. It is so invigorating to walk the streets and soak in the history and architecture. It truly is a jewel of a city.
The 1822 Row House is a large, spacious house so close to all downtown activities. We like to think that it offers a unique mixture of a beautiful, authentically historic house (1822) with tasteful, modern updates (1999 renovation).
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