Spacious Duplex in Downtown Savannah! Both units have wood floors, multiple fireplaces, laundry rooms and outdoor areas to relax. Downstairs unit includes a spacious living room, large kitchen, two full bathrooms, and three bedrooms. Downstairs also features a fenced backyard area. Upstairs unit includes three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Open floor plan connects the dining and living room with access to the upstairs porch. Both units have current tenants. Don’t miss out on this great income-producing property!
- Offered at $335,000
- 3 BD/2 BA both units
- Private front and back door
- Downstairs unit has fenced yard
- Expansive upstairs and downstairs porches
- Hardwood Floors & Tile Throughout
- Laundry Rooms in both units
- Tall ceilings
- Lots of Bright, Natural Light
- Original Fireplaces
- Current Tenants in Place
- Great Income Producer
Convenient location to the Harry Truman Parkway that connects you to the rest of Savannah while on the brim of all Downtown Savannah has to offer! Perfect duplex for those attending SCAD or professionals. Check out nearby historic districts Thomas Square and Beach Institute!
THINGS TO DO
Coffee Shops, Dining, Parks, and more…
Forsyth Park, Savannah’s version of Central Park, is partly situated in the Victorian District and is a major draw for the district’s residents. Just about any home in the Victorian District is within walking distance of River Street, the furthest point downtown, so its location is ideal. In fact, the Victorian District is one of Savannah’s best walking neighborhoods and is ranked “Very Walkable” by WalkScore.com.
As such, one of the Victorian District’s strongest features is its proximity to all things Savannah. River Street, famous for its St. Patrick’s Day parade, restaurants and bars is just one mile away. So is Broughton Street, Savannah’s downtown retail drag which boasts shops like Marc Jacobs, Paris Market, Kate Spade and Urban Outfitters. The green jewel that serves as centerpiece to the district is Forsyth Park, renowned for its gorgeous live oaks, Ultimate Frisbee events, Civil War monument and ornate Gilded Age fountain. The south end of the park is the epicenter of the Victorian district and is home to the Sentient Bean coffee shop, Savannah’s home-brewed favorite, as well as Brighter Day health food store, local 1110 restaurant and Betty Bombers café at the American Legion Hall. Retail grocery stores, delis, specialty markets and cafes all abound here- all in walking distance and each one vibrant as the ‘painted ladies’ of the Victorian District themselves.