This four-bedroom, two-bath property located on the second floor of an elegant 1890 townhome, that was once a corner grocery! Today, the home is waiting for up to eight Lucky guests to come and enjoy the best of Savannah, from the locals’ point of view.
The home has been thoroughly renovated, and has a bright, airy atmosphere, with its oversized windows and vaulted ceilings. The staircase leads from the entry hall up to a spacious living room, showcasing original decorative hearths, woodwork and gorgeous pine floors, enhanced by modern amenities like cable TV and free Wifi. A charming eat-in kitchen is fully stocked and the living area will comfortably accommodate your whole party. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, and two more bedrooms each have queen beds and decorative fireplaces. A fourth bedroom houses two antique twin beds.
The traditional English furnishings infuse sophistication and the spacious layout makes the home perfect for entertaining. There’s plenty of free on-street parking outside the property, which is located within walking distance to shops, restaurants, art galleries, parks, an open-air market and the attractions of River Street.
Ask about renting the separate downstairs condo as well if you need accommodations for up to 14 people. It is our goal to create an exceptional vacation environment for you and your guests to feel pampered yet independent… a truly special vacation experience.
We are from Savannah, we live in Savannah, and we love Savannah. We want you enjoy your stay in our home, and more importantly your stay in Savannah. We look forward to hosting you. Please contact us directly with requests for more info, pictures, or questions.
Savannah: Elegance Personified!Savannah, Georgia is just what you would expect from a town set in the Deep South. Live oaks drip with Spanish moss. Antebellum homes line a myriad of open squares. Magnolia trees line the streets, and horse-drawn carriages clip-clop along, ignoring modern traffic. Good manners are as valuable as hefty bank accounts. Mint juleps are sipped on verandas while gossip is shared about a neighbor's activities. Savannah is steeped in tradition, history, and elegance. A vacation in Savannah is a step back in time to a more genteel era. The city's charm is also the very thing that provides the fun!Savannah is considered the first planned city in America. Georgia's first city was designed by James Oglethorpe, who laid out the city in a series of grids that allowed for wide open streets intertwined with shady public squares and parks that served as town meeting places and centers of business. Savannah had 24 original squares with 21 still in existence.
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