Welcome! This home is completely restored, freshly painted inside & out, magnificent hardwood floors. It is a beautiful Victorian on the National Historic Register of Places, featured in 'Southern Living'. Within the first block of Forsyth Park and around the corner from the Mansion. The home has four queen size bedrooms with new mattresses & brand new beautiful linens,1 queen pull out in living area, three bathrooms, two kitchens, two dining rooms each seat six, deck and huge brick fenced courtyard with grill and picnic table, seating and statues, off street parking for 3 cars, Baby Grand piano, Mahogany furniture, paintings, exquisitely decorated, 5 fireplaces. 2 washer/dryer are among the amenities. Make it your home away from home!
1876 Victorian Elegant Townhome: Welcome to your home away from home! Stay in a real 1875 Victorian home. Completely renovated. This Victorian beauty is on The National Register of Historic Places. It has been featured in Southern Living. Upon completion of renovations we were presented with an oil painting of the home commissioned by The City of Savannah especially for this home. This beauty has been in Better Homes and Gardens twice. Stay a few days or a few months. The residence is conveniently located and within walking distance of all the sites in our woderful city. Just off Forsythe Park. Among others, it is near The Cathedral, The Mansion, The Girl Scouts and the infamous Jim Williams home (Where the murder took place as written about in the book 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil'). This home may be rented as a whole or smaller parts.
Huge Brick Fenced Courtyard and Parking: Hugh brick fenced courtyard has heronbone bricked floor with 10 ft old savannah grey brick walls, Wonderful lighting for parties. It features life size statues and a lg fountain. wonderful set up for grilling out and parties. Off street parking for three cars.
Baby Grand Piano: To add the final touches to this wonderfully decorated victorian home, we have a beautiful white baby grand piano.
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