Iconic Curb Appeal — Ardsley Park Trophy House!

Posted: July 14, 2015


Iconic curb appeal, a trophy house designed by architect Olaf Otto on Ardsley Park’s famous Washington Avenue. Quiet location with the entrance foyer boasting a grand spiral staircase and wonderful double parlors with a glass sunroom. The separate dining room adjoins the large kitchen with pantry, wet bar, and rear stairs up and down and opening to a sunny breakfast room. Charming outdoor garden spaces surround the house including an immense formal walled garden with a grand fountain and gazebo ideal for entertaining. An amazing large upper balcony is built into the front porch — something to write home about.

There is no other house like this Circa 1913 property in Savannah. One of the first homes built in Ardsley Park, a beautiful central location convenient to midtown shopping and the Historic Landmark District a mile or so to the north.

Overlooking a lush live oak canopied boulevard laden with Spanish moss and interplanted with southern fall/winter blooming white sasanqua camellias in the best block of Ardsley Park. This magical property feels like it is surrounded by a forest and boasts the most beautiful facade. Wonderful prestigious neighborhood homes abound!

Perfect sized with three bedrooms, two and a half baths in the main house, plus a two bedroom, two bath carriage house, which allows for long term rental. Could also be used as a separate office downstairs with a second kitchenette area and laundry room. Save the upstairs for family visits, private guests or a cozy rental.

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