The Mimosa House is circa 1890’s historic townhome walking distance to Savannah’s Historic District. Located on a tree lined street, dripping with Spanish moss. 2007 Restored home with high ceilings, heart pine floors, and fenced backyard with large deck overlooking garden. Antique furnishings and artwork by local artists set the decor. One block from the twenty-plus acre Forsyth Park with playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts, and many year round festivals including the start of Savannah’s renowned St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Park your vehicle in the conveniently located off-street site and walk, bike, or travel via horse drawn carriage, tour bus, or pedicab to River Street, City Market, museums, shopping, grocery store and restaurants, including infamous Paula Deen’s Lady and Son’s Restaurant. The Mimosa House is central to all that historic Savannah has to offer. An information book is provided to assist with sightseeing, shopping and dining plans.
Conveniently located by car to championship golf courses, boat charters, historic forts, family beaches on Tybee Island, and Hilton Head Island. This town house is a perfect accommodation for your visit to Georgia’s First City.
Keywords: Town House, House, Home
My husband and I both moved to Savannah to attend the Savannah College of Art and Design - and as you can imagine, we fell in love with Savannah and never left! My husband is an artist and I founded and run an educational non-profit.
Savannah is a destination, and when you live in a destination, family and friends visit often! After years of accommodating our friends and family, it was at their recommendation that we looked into purchasing a vacation rental. We selected the Mimosa House because we loved the area - close to everything! a beautiful block, large yard and deck overlooking garden for our four-legged visitors or to enjoy the beautiful weather! A cozy place to call home on your next vacation.
Our most unique feature of the home is the art collection! Most of which we traded with the artists themselves and some of my husband's original pieces as well. Additionally, the large deck overlooking the garden is an excellent way to enjoy our Savannah weather year round! Staying in a historic building also captures Savannah's unique Southern charm!