Exquisite Restoration of the 1890 Dickinson-Exley House!

Posted: October 8th, 2018


Exquisite David Bloomquist restoration of The Dickinson-Exley house at 14 West Duffy Street, built in 1890 by the Home Building Company. Three floors of roomy interiors and a beautifully conceived and executed new addition, and large one car garage and workshop.

The kitchen and island you have always dreamed about. Master suite extraordinaire! Four fireplaces with original slate mantels, one with a Moorish mirrored over-mantle. Pocket doors and pocket windows, three original ceiling medallions, original Queen Anne glass and salvaged stained glass on third floor, Bradbury and Bradbury wallpapers and border papers, copper pressed ceilings in the dining room and kitchen, original heart pine flooring, and much more! Please ask your Realtor for the complete list of property information attached to this listing.

The house and its twin next door have Eastlake friezes under the eaves and Queen Anne porches. They have unique cross-gabled roofs and splayed two story bay windows facing true south. The house has nine set-back Eastlake-decorated gables. Its conical roof rises 45′ from the ground. The location, in the heart of Savannah’s famed Victorian District, cannot be beat with all the amenities of this coveted neighborhood one block to Forsyth Park.

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Spacious and Updated Ardsley Park Cottage!

Posted: October 3rd, 2018

Welcome home to 214 E. 55th Street! The owners of this spacious Ardsley Park cottage have spent well over $100,000 updating this home since it was last sold in Spring of 2017. They priced it to sell! Walk into instant equity!

A new fireplace surround in the living room lends a modern take on this circa 1935 home. An old brick chimney was removed, and the wall between the kitchen and dining room cut back to create an open floor plan so desirable today.

High end designer touches throughout the home, including a former closet which has become a new bar area conveniently located just inside the door leading to the screened porch, backyard, and swimming pool.

Come enjoy this historic house in a pleasant, very well located block of 55th Street. Friendly neighbors abound!

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Re-Imagined Row House Built for Henry Luderman

Posted: September 21st, 2018

Re-imagined, light filled all brick row house built for Henry Luderman, c:1893. This fashionable modernization retains the historic charm while providing for today’s lifestyle and entertaining needs. Two bedrooms up, each with its own beautiful en-suite bath, a powder room downstairs, an open concept cook’s kitchen and floor plan, charming courtyard, as well as rare extra large garage to round out this property making it a great value in this quaint Historic Landmark District neighborhood.

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Rare Downtown Condo – Can Be Vacation Rental!

Posted: June 28, 2018

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Rare Circa 1850 unit at One West York. Best most central condo location possible in Historic Downtown Savannah. Sweet one bed one bath unit with two skylights in interior rooms for natural light, and two bedroom windows facing south with views onto the beautifully landscaped and well treed Oglethorpe Avenue median, as well as the side porch dining area of the new Husk restaurant.

Well managed and well maintained small condo group with the following language in the condo docs: “There shall be no restriction on the length of term for any lease for a Residential Unit and use of the Residential units for nightly, weekly, or monthly vacation rentals is expressly permitted” — rare indeed! This building is LITERALLY steps to many of the great and exciting things Downtown Savannah has to offer.


Gracious Historic 1886 Cord Asendorf Victorian

Posted: April 5, 2018

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Gracious Historic Victorian house first built in 1886 by Cord Asendorf, the same man who would go on to build Savannah’s famous Gingerbread House in 1899. 317 E Huntingdon Street, just a few steps off of Habersham Street, is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture. Unlike many houses of this style and design, 317 East Huntingdon is blessed with large spacious living, dining and bed rooms measuring about 15 x 15 feet – more than enough room to arrange your furniture and a lovely life in Savannah’s famed Historic Landmark District. Steps away from the daily necessities, and located in one of Savannah’s nicer residential blocks, this great opportunity awaits you!

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Fully Restored Historic Gem in Metropolitan District

Posted: Monday, March 26, 2018

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American Dream! Complete with white picket fence and landscaped “City Style” frontage, fully restored and meticulously maintained historic English home with Colonial and Tropical styling. There are many fine details and fixtures found throughout this three bedroom, two full and one half bath historic home, including original and restored clapboard and original well maintained tin roof. Many original details, including custom made paneled wood doors, louvered doors, both Bahamian and two panel shutters, and beautifully detailed wainscoting are featured throughout the home. All drywall is replaced, new insulation in walls and loft, as well as newly installed “Triple Crown Molding” throughout the home for a quality finish. Designed to harmonize and enable the occupant to fully benefit living in a late 19th Century home in the 21st Century.

The entrance foyer boasts beautiful transom window details, an original well-sized candelabrum chandelier, which is recently restored and wired for electricity, and basket weave patterned Brazilian black granite tile flooring. Lovely hardwood flooring flows through every transition from room to room throughout the entire home, including the living room.

The library dining room is a nice room for entertaining or relaxing by the working wood burning fireplace, with fully functional original pocket doors that open into the living room area and can be closed for privacy. Just like the Victorians who lived in these houses a century ago, by closing the pocket doors and lighting the fire, the owners recreate the warmth and ambiance of the past. The built-in custom-built library highlights Italian rope molding trim, stained to match the original stain of the preserved flooring.

The kitchen was done with a high-end industrial stainless steel exhaust hood vent and stainless steel appliances. Walls are tiled in Italian glass mosaic, giving the fully functional chef’s kitchen a feeling of warmth. The natural light filtered by the window treatments shines in over a recessed sink with Brazilian Uba Tuba black granite countertops and a stainless steel dishwasher. The cherry wood cabinetry has halogen lit, glass fronted upper kitchen cabinets to light and display your fine china, crystal and barware.

Upstairs, the owner’s suite features a sunny south facing bay window, a French door leading to a private outside deck, a louvered door leading to the walk-in closet with late XVIII century French “His and Hers” wardrobes and dresser with white marble top, and a palm frond ceiling fan with brass finish. There is also a working fireplace adding to the charm, and a gorgeous en-suite bathroom showcasing a Japanese style sunken bath with jets, and Brazilian granite fully tiled walls and shower with high-end “Hans Grohe” German shower fixture designed to not scald — the LED shower head, controlled and powered by the water itself, transitions from blue to pink to red depending on temperature.

The front secondary bedroom features a working wood burning fireplace, beautiful hardwood floors, and a palm frond design ceiling fan in a brass finish. You will also love the white Italian marble second bath with basket weave floor tiles, pedestal sink and mirrored pocket door.

The home has a large attic with a small window that matches the diamond patterned transom window above the front door. In addition to the storage space in the loft, underneath the main bedroom closet is a similar sized storage room, that has been created by enclosing two back porches in such an artful way, that it looks original to the house, without distracting from the charm and character of the home.

The manicured tropical garden is smartly designed with a clean textured look and easy maintenance. A real haven for birds and people alike. This home looks like Key West in Savannah!

Newer Construction Townhome Steps to Forsyth Park

Posted February 27, 2018


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This beautiful circa 2002 newer construction stuccoed townhome is well located a few steps from Forsyth Park and was proudly built by Savannah’s premier downtown builder, J. T. Turner, and designed by well known local architectural firm, Gunn.Meyerhoff.Shay.

The first floor entrance of the townhouse gives it a feeling of being well connected to this friendly neighborhood. The elevator is a great aid for good living. It has a lovely back porch adjoining the kitchen, which adds a great outdoor nearly year-round dimension to the parlor level living space.

With a lower level courtyard and a one-car garage, as well as additional off street parking, this beautifully maintained home shows very well. Come see why this is such a great property and excellent location in Savannah’s Historic Landmark District!

Forsyth Park Townhome with 3-Story Elevator

Posted: February 26, 2018


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This beautiful circa 2002 newer construction townhome was built with a delightful three story elevator in place. Well located a few steps from Forsyth Park, this stuccoed town house was proudly built by Savannah’s premier downtown builder, J. T. Turner, and designed by well known local architectural firm, Gunn.Meyerhoff.Shay.

The first floor entrance of the townhouse gives it a feeling of being well connected to this friendly neighborhood. It is distinguished by the beautiful covered screened porch, which adds an indoor/outdoor year-round dimension to the parlor level living space.

With a lower level courtyard, and a one-car garage as well as additional off street parking, this beautifully maintained home shows very well. Come see why this is such a great property and excellent location in Savannah’s Historic Landmark District!

Enchanting Circa 1934 Home in Historic Ardsley Park

Posted: February 20, 2018


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Enchanting circa 1934 dwelling with a high pitched roof and bold chimney in front. Architectural details give an old world Tudor look to this property located in Historic Ardsley Park. Extensively and professionally landscaped grounds provide this one-of-a-kind home with a well-rooted feeling.

There are attractive historic details in place, and many special touches have been envisioned and executed since this parcel was last sold in 2008. The care and maintenance of the home has been carried out with love and affection and it shows easily.

Approach the home from the front flagstone walkway inter-planted with dwarf Mondo grass and notice the specially crafted handmade arch trellis garden screen by the front door. Enter through the covered front porch and into the living room. The former partition between the living room and dining room was removed giving the entire ground floor an open roomy feeling. Lovely hardwoods grace the main level, and a beautiful fireplace is highlighted in the living room. The living room opens to a delightful sitting room, and the fully equipped kitchen is gorgeous, featuring an island with gas cooktop, stainless steel appliances, cabinet front refrigerator, under counter lighting, pantry, and bar area complete with wine cooler. Also on this level are the full guest bath, second bedroom, and third bedroom/study with new bookcase and a door leading to the courtyard.

This two-story has a great master suite upstairs, including a sitting area, large bath with clawfoot tub, walk-in closet, and vaulted ceilings. The flexible master suite layout also offers a couple options for a wonderful adjoining nursery so baby is close by. Notice lovely details throughout the home, including quaint interior shutters, crown moulding and trim work, built-ins, arched doorways, and splendid light fixtures.

The beautiful and sensitively landscaped garden was enlarged and enhanced, including three Italian Cypress, one Tuscarora Crape Myrtle and one Arbequina Olive. Additional perks include a two-car garage with workshop and new opener, a lovely patio courtyard in back, new fencing, a new roof that is less than 10 years old, new storm windows downstairs and three new windows upstairs — this is the one!

Free Standing Circa 1888 Victorian Gem in Wesley Ward

December 20, 2017

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Free standing Circa 1888 Victorian gem in Wesley Ward just steps to Whitefield Square. Unbelievable opportunity for the creative buyer looking to leave a mark in Savannah’s Historic Landmark District. Initial work has been completed, and now the house is ready to be brought up to the next level. What is old is new again!

Originally one of three identical side-by-side late 19th century ‘spec’ homes built for the Chatham Real Estate and Investment Company, 419 East Taylor Street remains in virtually original condition. Early 20th century wall paper still hangs, many panes of “wavy glass” windows are in place, hardwood floors are in excellent condition, and fireplace mantelpieces, as well as all the wood trim, are in great condition.

This is a Historic Preservationist’s dream with everything virtually intact and wonderful. Enter to the foyer, and the front parlor is to your left with a bay window facing north and additional windows facing east. All the porch-facing ground floor windows in this home were designed as pocket windows with a gap above so they can be used as entries onto the side porch. Adjacent to the front parlor is the dining room with wonderful details. Notice the hardwood flooring throughout the home, which has never had any damage as far as we can tell. Also notice all the downstairs doors are French style with original glazing and staining, and all the original glass doorknobs throughout are intact.

The generously sized kitchen offers south facing windows and a door leading onto a small east facing side porch. There is also a large pantry, all in original condition and also featuring a window, which provides additional space to use for an updated kitchen floor plan if desired.

Ascend the staircase to the bed and bath level and notice the beautiful woodwork and preserved condition of the handrails and balusters as you go up. You should see the north and east facing windows in the master bedroom with amazing intact architectural features! So many options here, including joining it with a new doorway leading into what is currently the old trunk room, which would make a wonderful en-suite master bath. The second bedroom offers windows facing north, east and south, and the third bedroom offers south facing windows and original built-ins. There is also a full bath on this level.

The property sits on the southwest corner of Price Street and East Taylor Street just a few steps to Whitefield Square and within Wesley Ward. The wards are the true heart of Historic Savannah. You would have to travel quite a ways back in time to find such an amazingly preserved and untouched Victorian house in this excellent location! Come make it your Savannah dream project!