Significant Italianate freestanding 1860 home situated in the largest designated National Historic district on sought-after Gaston Street , just steps away from Forsyth Park . This spacious 4-story, 14-room house has 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 9 fireplaces, 3 covered side porches and an elevator. Many of the original features remain -- inlaid parquet floors, extensive millwork, large rooms, high ceilings, archways, curved French doors in parlor – and large windows provide light-filled rooms. Front courtyard boasts koi pond and classic iron fencing. Elegant front entrance and garden-level apartment currently utilized as a salon. Over the three car garage a carriage house, framed and plumbed, awaits restoration. This magnificent property provides the perfect opportunity to own a stunningly gracious home in Historic Savannah near art galleries, cultural venues, antique shops, notable restaurants amid centuries-old, oak-canopied streets, parks and squares.
Savannah is a muse and a model. A muse for writers and artists who’ve fallen under the city’s spell and a model for the modern historic preservation movement. The latter drives Savannah’s tourism industry. In 1955, the Historic Savannah Foundation was created to save hundreds of significant but decaying buildings from the wrecking ball. Read more about luxury homes in Savannah