Rare Free-Standing Circa 1846 Home

Posted: January 25, 2017
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Rare free-standing circa 1846 home with beautiful views of the greens of Pulaski Square. One of only a dozen or so pre-1850s masonry homes south of Liberty Street, this was the first one built facing Pulaski Square.

Spectacular new kitchen and updated baths, and a three story elevator for aging in place. Of the four fireplaces, two are beautiful Egyptian black and gold marble mantles, which accent the double parlors.

Great neighborhood steps to renowned restaurants and a short walk to everything Historic Savannah has to offer.

First saved and renovated in the 1960s — the early renovation at that time included the use of native pink Georgia Granite (now depleted) for the substantial front stairs and bathroom showers, which continue to grace the home today.

Enjoy the attached covered off-street parking with direct access to the elevator, which is very convenient on shopping days.

Special side Camelia garden with beautiful lacy Iron work, and sunny laid back courtyard with a large saltwater swimming pool. The garden level of the home is separately metered in case one would like rental income. Otherwise, the floor plan allows for each of the three bedroom levels to be separate suites, and the parlor level, with large balconies overlooking the pool, for everyone’s enjoyment.

See all the images, virtual tour and current pricing here: www.215WestCharlton.com