Historic Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent Location

Posted: July 21, 2014
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Welcome home to 303 East 46th Street in Savannah’s popular Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent neighborhood. This brick Colonial style home is located on one of the most desirable streets in Ardsley Park (the northernmost street being 44th) and lined with enchanting live oak trees with hanging Spanish moss.

The home offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a den that can be converted into a 4th bedroom, an updated eat-in kitchen with island and large pantry, and separate living room and dining room. The living room is a spacious 15 x 23 with French doors leading out to a 155 sq. ft. screened porch that flows into the backyard entertaining area.

The home was completely remodeled and updated in 2010 with excellent new bathrooms, tankless water heaters, a new heating/air conditioning system, a new screen porch upstairs and a re-done one downstairs. There is also new porcelain tile in the den with the gas log fireplace. The beautiful kitchen was completely remodeled in 2008. Crown molding and baseboard moldings throughout, and natural wood floors are beautifully refinished everywhere.

There is plenty of storage, large closets in all the bedrooms and a walk-in closet in the master. There are also two large linen closets in the upstairs hallway. More storage abounds in the downstairs hallway with bookshelves and plenty of built-ins throughout the home.

Off-street parking for 3 cars leading to a detached one-car garage with a large storage room great for gardening equipment or tools at the back.

This is a move-in-ready home and a must see! Just bring your belongings and start enjoying the Southern lifestyle to its finest. Minutes to Historic Downtown, Tybee Island and Savannah’s historic sites!

For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text “30346” to 79564.

For full images and virtual tour, go to: www.303e46.com

Charming Historic Condominium Row House

Posted: July 7, 2014
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Welcome home to 540-A East Gaston Street. This Historic Condominium row house is a perfect space for a SCAD PAD (Savannah College of Art and Design). Your son or daughter will enjoy the convenient location near SCAD buildings and all the amenities of downtown Savannah. Mother Matilda Beasley Park is steps away, and Forsyth Park is a few blocks to the west. Ingenious loft beds are a creative way to have studio space below the live/work platform bed above. New kitchen and bath, redone heart of pine flooring, and a great garden space, plus one off-street parking spot out back. Plenty of on-street parking as well.

Take a sentimental journey back in time in this fully restored nineteenth century home with plenty of natural light, a full laundry area off the kitchen, central heat and air, all new wiring, and all the charm of the downtown lifestyle. This property would also make a perfect second home or a great spot for a professional person, and military guys and gals are enjoying living in nearby homes so you would fit right in as well!

The kitchen is a pleasure to work in with great Corian counter top space and all newer cabinets and appliances. Many a fine meal has been cooked here.

This historic neighborhood is known as The Beach Institute for its nearby neighborhood historic school which is now a museum.

This is a close-knit neighborhood with an active association if you want to get involved. Or just sit back and enjoy all the progress that has been made in this area over the past several years. Savannah is changing, and to be in this location, what I call the Golden Rectangle (Bay Street to the north, East Broad to the east, MLK Blvd to the west [formally West Broad Street] and an ever changing line to the south), is getting harder to do. New construction is filling in all the blanks — come and claim your piece!

For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text “1249” to 79564.

For full images and virtual tour, go to: www.540eastgaston.com