Beautiful Historic Circa 1872 End-Unit Rowhouse

Published: June 22, 2016

210 W. Bolton St., Savannah, GA 31401

210 West Bolton Street, Savannah

One of six townhomes in a historic row built by F. Grimball & John Hamlet, circa 1872 for Chaplin, Grimball, Bailey and Hamlet. This is the eastern end-unit, and all have fine detailing including cast iron upper sills and six lintels. There are eight fireplaces in each property. This nicely proportioned townhome has lots of exposed brick and recycled heart pine. The beautiful original heart of pine flooring gleams, and all of the original detailing is intact, such as pocket doors, mantles, plaster medallions and molding. The master bedroom has a large adjoining study and en-suite bath.

This home has a wonderful, nicely mature, and well maintained courtyard garden, and upper and lower decks. New fencing and lace brick walls separate the neighboring gardens. A wooden clapboard sided free-standing garage, possibly circa 1920, is a great bonus!

Located one street away from Savannah’s esteemed Historic Landmark District, this Victorian District property is a real treasure. Current owners have enjoyed it for many years and the time has come to sell. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a fine historic home a few blocks to Forsyth Park within downtown Savannah’s most happening neighborhood. Lots of attractive new infill housing going up nearby — Savannah seems to be on a roll; come be a part of this exciting time in a great southern city!

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