JUST LISTED! First OPEN HOUSE ~ Sunday, March 1st

Posted: Tuesday, February 25th, 2020

Beautifully Renovated Historic Brick Townhouse Steps to Forsyth Park!

Join us on Sunday, March 1st from 3-5pm at our OPEN HOUSE! This beautiful home was JUST LISTED and waiting for you to call HOME…

Historic Brick Townhouse centrally located on quiet Howard Street just steps from Forsyth Park. This beautifully renovated and designer decorated 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom home features a rare and highly coveted Short Term Rental Certificate making it a wonderful opportunity for a full or part time resident or investor looking to capitalize on its rental potential.

Open concept living and dining features 10’ high ceilings, stunning chandeliers, and two fireplaces (one with gas logs). A dream kitchen with dual-fuel gas range, high-end appliances, and impressive marble countertops and backsplash. Upstairs features a master bedroom with en-suite bath, as well as a guest suite and guest bath. Both have ample closets and an owner’s lock-off closet. Antique heart of pine floors throughout!

The highlight of the home is a private, sun-filled courtyard with bluestone patio, lush landscaping and a soothing water feature making it a peaceful and relaxing sanctuary in the heart of this vibrant city.

For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text “31401” to 79564.

See all the images, virtual tour and current pricing here: 515Howard.com

JUST LISTED! Historic Circa 1889 Italianate Townhouse!

Posted: February 11, 2020

Historic circa 1889 Italianate townhouse built for William P. Bailey. This corner end unit offers beautifully exposed brick walls on both floors, crown molding in much of the home, and lots of natural light. The light, warm, and large kitchen features an island, Travertine floor, gas range, custom painted cabinets and a large pantry suitable for food and display.

This townhouse showcases four fireplaces, two with gas, built-in bookcases in the living and dining rooms, beautiful heart of pine floors in most of the home, custom Murano chandeliers in the entryway and upstairs hall, circa lighting chandelier in the kitchen, Schonbek chandelier in the master bath, and an amazing fully operating pair of pocket doors between the living and dining rooms, also made of natural finish heart of pine. There are plenty of windows and two skylights, and plantation shutters help to manage the seasons.

The main level also includes a full bath highlighting custom Travertine flooring and plenty of extra storage. There are three bedrooms and two updated baths upstairs, and the master bath includes two sinks, shower, clawfoot tub and a custom heart of pine medicine cabinet. There are two closets in the upstairs hall, and one is cedar. Closets in two of the bedrooms feature additional storage above the clothes closets. The second bedroom also includes custom bookcases that may be removed.

Additional features include a beautiful back courtyard off the kitchen with custom brick, arbor, irrigation system and a door to the lane. Plantings include confederate jasmine, camellias, boxwood and mature cedars along the street. The home also comes with zoned heating and air conditioning, with a new unit on the main floor in 2018, water softener and security system. Some furnishings are available for purchase.

For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text “669” to 79564.

See all the images, virtual tour and current pricing here: 218WHuntingdon.com

NOW AVAILABLE! Spectacular Circa 1852-54 Condo Conversion!

Posted: February 4, 2020

Spectacular Condo conversion in the Circa 1852-54 row of townhomes built by master builder John Scudder for William Quantock.

This second floor unit overlooks the beautiful cobblestones at Historic 19 East Jones Street. Featuring ten foot ceilings, beautiful finishes throughout, luxurious heart of pine flooring, and low monthly condo fees, this property is an excellent value. With plenty of natural light and an efficient floor plan, this condo offers remarkable one-story living.

Located just steps to Savannah’s renowned Bull Street corridor, the backbone that runs through the Historic Landmark District from Forsyth Park to Bay Street with plenty of shops and restaurants along the way to enjoy. Savannah sits on a forty foot bluff reassuring residents will stay high and dry in any weather.

These units rarely come on the market so please don’t hesitate to act!

For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text “218” to 79564.

See all the images, virtual tour, and current pricing here: 19EastJones.com