Attention investors! Classic side-by-side duplex near Savannah State University. The property sits high on the lot and has two driveways – one for each unit! Each unit features a living room, eat-in kitchen with wood cabinetry, washer/dryer hookups, two bedrooms, and a full bath. Out back you’ll find a fully fenced shared back yard. Convenient location near the Wyld, SSU, and easy access to the Truman Parkway. Property sold in AS-IS condition.
Features & Upgrades
- Listed at $125,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1,566 Sq Ft
- Built in 1972
- Attention Investors!
- Classic Side-by-side Duplex
- Near Savannah State University
- Sits high on the Lot
- Each Unit:
- Two Bedrooms & Full Bath
- Two Driveways – one for each unit!
- Living Room
- Eat-in Kitchen with Wood Cabinetry
- Washer/Dryer Hookups
- Fully Fenced Shared Back Yard
- Convenient location near the Wyld, SSU, and easy access to the Truman Parkway
- Property sold in AS-IS condition.
Location! Location! Location!
Love a good Mid-Century Modern home? They’re out there, but you’ve got to look for them. Check out Magnolia Park, Fairway Oaks, and parts of Windsor Forest. Nestled just the other side of the Truman Parkway from the Fairway Oaks/Kensington Park neighborhoods is the delightful sister neighborhood called Magnolia Park & Blueberry Hill. Originally developed in 1952 by the Lamara Company (developer of Savannah communities), this area features a diverse mix of mid-century ranch style homes and several iconic Mid-Century Modern homes. These MCM’s are mostly found on Spalding Drive and have been restored by Mid-Century modern lovers over the past several years. Magnolia Park is known for it’s close knit community and tree-lined streets. It’s not uncommon to find some of the original owners still residing in the area. With convenient access to the Truman Parkway and DeRenne Avenue leading to I-16 all of Savannah is at your fingertips! It’s not uncommon to see several generations of family living in the neighborhood. Perhaps the highlight of Magnolia Park is the community pool. We’re talking “Sandlot” style here. The community pool is open to residents and members of the neighborhood association. Chill out on the hot summer days and enjoy a splash or time at the neighborhood playground. The not-to-be-missed event has to be the Annual Fourth of July Parade and Barbecue. Residents dress up in festive gear, decorate golf carts and wagons, and hit the streets in the best display of community spirit we’ve seen in years. Magnolia Park/Blueberry Hill has a very active Neighborhood Association, representing the residents and working on issues concerning this area. The MPNA organizes a variety of social events for the neighborhood through out the year for residents to enjoy.
- 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.
- Barberitos – A lot of people do the burrito, but they do it really well.
- bar · food – Great local hangout.