Distinctive Circa 1920 Home Plus Lot


Posted: March 2, 2015



Distinctive Circa 1920 home in The Landmark Historic District on Savannah’s eclectic Tattnall Street, named for the former Governor of Georgia, Josiah Tattnall. Everyone loves Tattnall Street! Great two story home with 3 bedrooms, all with walk-in closets, two and a half baths, and well over 2,100 square feet. The house is much wider and deeper than any other in the row, which allows for a floor plan that includes open roomy spaces.

Includes the amazing solid historic brick home, formerly a blacksmith shop, and the adjoining 36×70 foot combined lots, currently comprised of a sunny south facing garden and the northern half of a former city lane. Total size including the home is about 58×70 feet. What an exciting and rare opportunity!

Features include a large kitchen with generous pantry and breakfast nook, off-street parking, beautiful hardwood floors, wood burning fireplace, and master bedroom with en-suite bath.

Incredible opportunity on everyone’s favorite block just a few steps to splendid Forsyth Park. Popular area with new home building going on nearby. Wonderful Historic Landmark District location with room for a carriage house (or two!).

Take this property to the next level – visualize it – add double south facing side porches, replace the wood fence with a lace brick enclosed garden wall and build a carriage house in the back with huge south and east facing garden (should be room for up to a three car garage). The adjoining garden lot could also be a buildable lot for another house. So many possibilities!

Life in Downtown Savannah does not get better than this!

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