Fabulous Mid-Century Modern home designed by well-known local architect John Lebey. This sprawling 2,500+ square foot Midtown Savannah home is conveniently located just blocks from Habersham Village. Set back from the street on a large corner lot, you’ll feel as if you’re in a private retreat. No detail has been left out of this amazing property – stone walkway to the darling front porch, asymmetrical fireplace in the living room to accentuate the modern design, and formal dining room with octagonal skylight. The kitchen has been fully renovated and includes a breakfast bar, plenty of workspace/storage, and a breakfast bar overlooking the welcoming sunroom. Outside you’ll find a beautifully landscaped yard that’s perfect for entertaining. This home is a true Savannah gem!
Features & Upgrades
- Listed at $524,900
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 2,568 Square Feet
- Built in 1950
- Fabulous Mid-Century Modern Home
- Designed by well-known local architect John Lebey
- Large Corner Lot
- Stone Walkway
- Front Porch
- Asymmetrical Fireplace in the Living Room
- Formal Dining Room with Octagonal Skylight
- Fully Renovated Kitchen
- Breakfast Bar
- Spacious Sunroom
- Master Bedroom with En-suite Bath
- Beautifully Landscaped Yard
Location! Location! Location!
Midtown is convenient to all Savannah area attractions and is within minutes to all areas of the city and the islands. Savannah real estate development in the Midtown area began in the 1930’s with Ardsley Park being the first Savannah subdivision. Ardsley Park and the neighboring Chatham Crescent feature many Victorian homes are on the National Register of Historic Districts.
Nearby Daffin Park is known for its 8o acres of park with a dozen tennis courts, playground, swimming pool, football field and basketball courts and a lake with spray fountains and public areas. Grayson Stadium, home of the Savannah Bananas baseball team is also located in Daffin Park. Daffin Park was designed in 1907 and features ancient oaks and relaxing vistas.
Midtown Savannah links downtown to the Southside via Victory Drive, a 19.8 mile stretch of urban highway that was constructed in 1919 and serves as a memorial to honor WWI soldiers who died in combat. Palmetto trees line the boulevard as a reminder of those who served.
Midtown is the location of Memorial Health University Medical Center and St. Joseph Candler Hospital, two of Savannah’s three hospitals. The Midtown area of Savannah real estate is also populated with medical campuses, pharmacies and laboratories.
Enjoy activities through the City of Savannah and neighborhood churches. Volunteer opportunities are available through the hospitals, Hospice Savannah, the city of Savannah and various benevolent organizations. Enjoy the same recreational offerings of Savannah, with golf, tennis, boating and other activities available within a short drive.
Where The Locals Go
Baker’s Pride Bakery – We’re kind of a fan of their donuts.
Sunny Side Up – Best Midtown diner.
Sweet Potatoes Kitchen – It’s just good!
Kayak Kafe – Fresh food and outdoor dining.
Latin Chicks Restaurant – Our new favorite.
The 5 Spot – The perfect spot for a quick bite to eat. Be it breakfast lunch or a late night snack. One of our favorites!
Barberitos – A lot of people do the burrito, but they do it really well.
bar · food – Great local hangout.
Bella’s Italian Cafe – They make a great pizza.
Yia Yia’s Kitchen – A hidden treasure. Great little neighborhood Greek bakery and grocery.