That’s right, this beauty JUST hit the market and to celebrate we’re hosting an Open House this Sunday, March 24th! So grab the family and come check out this darling Parkside bungalow. We’ll be there from 3-5pm so come by and say hello!

1302 East 51st Street, Savannah, GA 31404
Offered for sale at $239,900

I mean, talk about charming! This 1948 bungalow sits on a double corner lot. #primelocation

We love everything about this living room! From the glowing hardwood floors to the natural light beaming in from the windows, to the cool brick fireplace we totally approve.

And what’s a great living space without a great dining space? This dining room is ready to go!

Hungry? Let’s eat! Can’t you just picture whipping up a meal in this sunny kitchen? We sure can!

And with all this space, laundry kinda seems fun.

And that back yard with the fruit trees and the quaint workshop. ❤️


  • Offered at $239,900 
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Full Bath
  • 1,292 sq ft
  • Built in 1948
  • Double Corner Lot
  • Close to Daffin Park & Grayson Stadium
  • Dining Room
  • Built-Ins
  • Fully- Equipped Kitchen
  • Original Fireplace
  • Closets in All Bedrooms
  • New HVAC System
  • Abundant Attic Space
  • Patio
  • Fenced-In Yard
  • Out-House for storage or gardening
  • Off-Street Parking
  • Natural Light
  • Great Neighbors

About The Neighborhood: Parkside

The Parkside neighborhood, so named because the community borders Savannah’s stunning Daffin Park, runs west to east from Waters Avenue to Bee Road and from Washington Avenue to around 52nd St from north to south. Parkside features architectural styles built throughout Georgia during the first half of the 20th century, including Craftsman, Colonial Revival, Cape Cod and English Vernacular Revival. In Daffin Park, Grayson Stadium is an excellent example of World War II-era stadium design.

Leafy shade covered streets and Craftsman style homes are a hallmark of the Parkside neighborhood. Located immediately adjacent to one of Savannah’s acclaimed green spaces, Parkside is a quaint close-knit community offering an affordable alternative to Ardsley Park, its upscale cousin to the west. Houses in Parkside are mostly one- and two-story brick-and-frame dwellings built between 1914 and 1947 and feature a variety of architectural styles that include Craftsman, Colonial Revival, Cape Cod, and English Vernacular Revival. Charming bungalows are perhaps the signature architectural style in this neighborhood though there is a sprinkling of larger homes, multi-family buildings and even a few modernist gems. Parkside represents an early example of an early twentieth-century automobile suburb in Georgia. (learn more about Parkside here)