Casa Verde adjoins Tybee Island’s Light Station. The 1700's lighthouse-lens projects eighteen miles while producing a star-like presence barely illuminating the surrounding area. This craftsmanship of the lighthouse is non existent today. Along with the fully accessible lighthouse are the support buildings dating back to 1812. The village is considered to be the most intact lighthouse station in America and it sits next to the famous Fort Scraven from the Spanish American war and inside the fort is a museum explaining the areas past. The lighthouse keepers house, second keeper's house and entire light station are fully restored and waited to be explored while staying at Casa Verde next door.
*This grand 3 story home has an inverted floor plan with the living, dining, kitchen and master suite on the top floor. Wrap around porches lead up to the roof top deck from the living level of this home.