Savannah Cottage Rental Photos and Description
2 story 1 Bedroom Original Carraige house with courtyard, free WIFI, and privacy
As they say 'Location Location Location!'
Jones Street has long set the standard of living in Savannah. This charming 800sf carriage house with a private entry, and a shared courtyard is an original Jones Street Carriage house. It is nestled in the middle of the historic district. An easy 10 minute walk to River St., but tucked away from the noise on a residential row. With one bed room and one bath room, it can accommodate up to 4 guests, and a pack and play can be provided for the wee ones upon request.
The first floor has an open floor plan that gives the feeling of a loft. It's kitchen is small but has every amenity needed for a large meal. The living room has an elevated sun porch area with sliding door to the courtyard, a pull out sofa bed, and a laundry closet.
The second floor has a bedroom filled with light, high exposed beam ceiling, a balcony over looking the courtyard, and roomy bathroom. The shared courtyard has a sunshade, table and chairs and raised flower beds filled with plants.
This charming carriage house offers the perfect home base location for your Savannah vacation, exploration and enjoyment. Use the free WIFI to plan your day while you enjoy your morning coffee in the tranquil courtyard or settle yourself in for a night cap. Let this special carriage house on 'America’s Prettiest Street' be your urban sanctuary.
You can book it online, or email me to send a quote for booking/ payment with paypal or check. Call or email for more information or special requests.
- wheelchair inaccessible
- alternative lifestyle
- pets considered
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
we really enjoyed your carriage house with it's terrific location and can't thank you enough for providing such a beautiful place to stay. We enjoyed our day in Savannah yesterday, plenty of walking, some new shoes for **** then dinner and drinks out with my Aunt who lives about two blocks away on Taylor Street but not before we all enjoyed a bottle of wine in your courtyard. We would definitely like to come back up soon!
I grew up and went to college in Michigan. In 2001 I came to savannah with my sister for a long weekend over my birthday. I sat in Chippewa square drinking a cup of coffee and told my sister that Savannah was my future, she laughed. I returned to Michigan, sold my house, quit my job, put my dog in the car and moved to Savannah. I didn't know one person. I have never been sorry, not for one minute. Within 2 years both my mother and sister also moved to Savannah. Since then 2 more of my close friends have also moved to Savannah. I guess its contagious.
When I visited Savannah the very first time, my sister and I walked past the front house over and over again. It was for sale, and we loved it. When I returned to Savannah, we decided my sister would buy the front house which had been turned into 4 apartments, sell me the back house and eventually she too would move to Savannah.
Since I didn't know anyone when I arrived I made a net work of friends by hosting a dinner party every single Saturday night for a year. Sometimes upwards of 35 people would show up for dinner and eat in the courtyard. That entire year my little carriage house was under renovation, but it didn't stop us. I continued to host frequent dinner parties and this small but happy home became the the meeting place for many people. I only recently moved out of my little house to get married, and look forward to making my new house, one block away, into the same kind of happy home that brought so many people together.
Originally the carriage house was barely livable. The downstairs was broken up into 4 rooms the kitchen was a dorm refrigerator, and a 2 burner stove. That didn't scare me because I have a degree in interior design, and a beautiful courtyard. I personally worked on my little house taking out walls, ceilings, etc. I had a vision of what it would look like and just kept moving in that direction. I think if it hadn't been for the courtyard I would have felt differently. Even while the house was packed to the rafters while under construction I used the courtyard as a place of peace. In Savannah we spend so much of our lives outdoors. I wrote the first chapter of my novel sitting in that courtyard. It is definitely a place where I find inspiration. Savannah is full of magic, and that courtyard is the perfect place for it to manifest.