Make yourself at home in Savannah's prestigious downtown historic district at this charming cottage, which was built in 1870 as a carriage house to the neighboring manor. You'll enjoy 1,200 square feet of thoughtfully restored living space with lofty ceilings, tall windows, a wide staircase, an open, airy layout, and a 43" Smart TV. This home even features its own gated courtyard and deck, convenient driveway parking, and an unbeatable location within walking distance of Savannah's restaurants, squares, and museums!
This home is located in the southeast quadrant of the historic district, where it sits among gas-lit streets, brick sidewalks, and live oaks draped with Spanish moss in the largest landmark historic district in the nation. Here on a residential street within Georgia's original colonial borders, you'll be across the street from Beasley Park, one block from the famous Savannah squares, five blocks east of Forsyth Park, 10 blocks south of the Savannah River, and a five-to-10-minute walk from cafes, shops, and restaurants. (Depending on weather, physical agility, and time of day, the owner agrees that using your car or grabbing a quick Uber/Lyft can be helpful, depending on the destination you have in mind.) This home is also mere minutes from Whitefield Square, Calhoun Square, and Monterey Square, and a half-mile stroll from Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room and Savannah College of Art and Design.
Things to know:
Dog-friendly for a nightly fee
The owner lives behind the cottage
2 Sofa-beds: 1 Twin/ 1 Queen