$525,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Baths | 2,718 Square Feet

Sprawling Mid-Century Modern ranch in Kensington Park! Situated on a massive corner lot filled with lush landscaping, this home is beautiful in both design and function. From the long low lines and terrazzo floors to the built in closets and original details, this jewel has it all. Gracious entry foyer leads to a generous sized living room boasting a glamorous asymmetrical fireplace and wet bar. Kitchen with original cabinetry, quartz counters, 5-burner gas cooktop with double wall ovens which over looks the rest of the home. Substantial sunroom runs the full width across the back of the house and leads out to the rear patio. Two impressive bedrooms each with an en-suite bathroom. Perhaps the jewel in the crown of this property is the 300 year old Live Oak tree out front. If you’re looking for a classic MCM home with upgraded style, this is it!

Features & Upgrades

  • Listed at $525,000
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2,718 Square Feet
  • Built in 1956
  • Gracious Entry Foyer
  • Terrazzo Floors
  • Glamorous Asymmetrical Fireplace
  • Wet Bar
  • Sprawling Sunroom
  • Kitchen with Quartz Counters, 5-burner Cooktop, Double Wall Ovens
  • Pantry
  • Each Bedroom with En-Suite Bath
  • Tons of Closet Space
  • Large Rear Patio
  • Fully Fenced Yard
  • Corner Lot
  • Two Car Garage
  • Off Street Parking
  • Community Pool & Playground

Location! Location! Location!

The Kensington Park community is different that the communities to the North, such as  Lamara and Abercorn Heights, and Ardmore Community.  The homes and lots tend to be larger.  This community has winding oak tree street that breaks away from Savannah’s typical North, South, East, West grid pattern.   From within the community you can walk to the Synagogue or to the community pool with ease.

To the West of Kensington Park is a popular shopping center, Twelve Oaks and Abercorn Walk that features shops like JoS A. Bank, White House Black Market, Williams-Sonoma, Pier 1 Imports and Fresh Market.

Kensington Park and Groveland were both developed from land  originally belonging to antebellum plantations:  Kensington Park from the former  Kensington Plantation and Groveland from a portion of Poplar Grove Plantation.

Part of the acreage associated with Kensington  Park Plantation later became known as Kensington Farm, a late 19th/early 20th  century farm operation .  In 1888, 1/3 of the plantation was sold and developed  into Kensington, a new subdivision which included property north of  DeRenne avenue.  This was later subdivided into Medical Arts and the remaining  122 acres south of DeRenne was known as Kensington Farms.  In 1950 the tracts  were purchased by developers John C. Wylly and Emanuel Javetz who immediately  made plans to develop a residential subdivision called Kensington Park.  The  engineering firm of Thomas & Hutton were commissioned to design the plan  which carved five curvilinear streets out of the wooded tract yielding 299  building sites.

In 1951 nearby Hunter Air Force Base was built which led to a dramatic increase in housing starts.


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