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Majestic 1911 home wants $1.1M in Savannah

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One of the oldest homes in the neighborhood

Stately home with large front porch and hedges.
The home was one of the first built in the neighborhood and is on the market for just the second time.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Savannah, Georgia

Price: $1,100,000

Savannah never disappoints with its gorgeous historic homes and their reasonable price tags—comparatively speaking, that is. Take this stately residence, for example. Built in 1911, it was one of the first in the Ardsley Park neighborhood and is now on the market for only the second time.

It’s clear that the 4,311-square-foot mansion has been loved and well-maintained (and tastefully updated) over the years, beginning with its expansive and welcoming porches to the majestic yet cozy interiors.

Upon entering the foyer, a formal sitting room on one side and a library with fireplace on the other set the stage. A formal dining room follows, then a huge chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry and wet bar. There’s also an incredible pink-walled sunroom overlooking the garden on the first floor. As for bedrooms, there are four spacious ones, as well as 3.5 baths.

Also located on the property are a large one-bedroom carriage—totaling the living area to just over 5,000 feet square—a greenhouse, pool, and the afore-mentioned porches, ideal for outdoor entertaining. Located at 2601 Atlantic Avenue right off Chatham Crescent, it’s offered at $1.1 million. Have a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty