Savannah House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath Home-Sleeps 8
The highlight of this home built in 1856 is the sprawling outdoor space, ideal for a bringing friends or extended families together for a special vacation experience. With three bedrooms and one and one half-baths, the house has enough room to comfortably sleep up to eight Lucky guests. The unparalleled charm of the Historic District will surround you with the best Savannah has to offer.
The great Live Oaks and charming cobblestones of Jones Street offer an authentic sense of history, and the cottage is also full of both modern comforts and historical character. The ground floor has original rustic pine flooring, a newly renovated kitchen with ornamental brick hearth, separate dining room, and a half-bath. An open living room and sunroom with writing desk, and plenty of windows and glass doors look out to the family-sized backyard complete with flagstone patio, barbeque grill, and a relaxing water feature. This property feels like a home away from home, making it a great setting for big gatherings of family or friends.
You’ll find two queen-size bedrooms that share a modern, full bath on the second floor, and the third floor loft has additional sleeping space with one full-size and two twin beds. The little ones in your group will never forget sharing this enchanting spot, where memories will be made.
Two designated off-street parking spots and a washer/dryer make this home even more convenient, and additional non-metered on-street parking is available out front as well.
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- limited accessibility
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Both recently retired from the Airline industry, we are fortunate to now call Savannah our full-time home. We enjoy traveling, antiquing, golfing, gardening, and all the other things retired people do.
My first experience in Downtown Savannah was the home my Grandmother owned when I moved here at the age of 13. I quickly fell in love with her home, and the National Historic District surrounding it. We were fortunate to inherit that home later in life, only to have it destroyed due to fire 10 days after taking ownership. We purchased this home to allow us to still stay connected to downtown after the unexpected loss of my Grandmother's house. We have enjoyed giving it the same love and care as if it had been in our family for generations. We only recently transitioned to a Vacation Rental property, with the idea that guests may stay in our home for their first trip to Historic Savannah, maybe falling in love with it as I did in my first visit to my Grandmother's house long ago.
This home has 2 off-street parking spots and a huge courtyard, all in walking distance of shops, restaurants, nightlife, museums and parks.