Fabulous home in the heart of the Victorian District!  Situated just two blocks from Forsyth Park, this beautifully renovated home features gorgeous original details like hardwood floors, pocket doors, 4 fireplaces, glass doorknobs, and heavy moldings all set off modern updates.  Chef’s kitchen features new cabinetry, granite counter tops, glass tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances. Great flow between the elegant dining and living rooms makes entertaining easy. Upstairs, two spacious bedrooms bathed in natural light and freshly updated baths with tile stand-alone showers, new vanities, and updated flooring & fixtures. Enjoy warm summer evenings on your private fenced patio. Plus 2 private parking spaces – wow!

Features & Upgrades

  • Offered at $400,000
  • 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
  • 1,553 sq ft
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Updated kitchen with granite & stainless steel appliances
  • 4 fireplaces
  • Hardwood floors
  • High ceilings
  • Pocket doors
  • Original details
  • Fully renovated bathrooms
  • Nest programmable thermostats
  • Off-street parking
  • Private patio area
  • 2 blocks to Forsyth Park

Location, Location, Location!

Victorian District

Savannah’s Victorian Historic District is one of a number of Historic Districts in and around Downtown Savannah.The true Victorian District runs from the south side of Gwinnett Street to Anderson Street, bordered by MLK and Broad Street to the west and east, respectively. South of the Victorian District is the Thomas Square Historic District; a much larger district which includes Victorian-era homes and is thus sometimes also erroneously included when people speak generically about the “Victorian District.”

Following the Civil War, crowded living conditions downtown and technological advances, such as paved streets, a streetcar system, and electricity, promoted the development of suburban residences. When a streetcar system was installed in 1869 real estate developers followed its tracks, building inexpensive frame houses in the southern edges of the city. Highly detailed Victorian and Queen Anne Victorian homes, constructed between 1870 and 1910, were built in a 50-block division, 165-acre neighborhood south of the Savannah Landmark Historic District.

 

The wood frame houses dating from the 1870s and 1880s in particular are a mixture of several Victorian styles of architecture. Some of the best examples of these are the Carpenter Box style houses on West Gwinnett Street embellished with ornate brackets and cornices, the Queen Anne style mansion at the corner of Whitaker and Gwinnett, and the imposing Victorian Telfair Hospital on Park Avenue. Nineteenth century developers did not continue Oglethorpe’s city plan of squares into the southern reaches of the city.

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