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Striking 1897 Victorian with pool asks $2.2M

Located in Savannah, Georgia

Photos by Wayne Moore of Back River Photography, courtesy of Staci Donegan of Seabolt Real Estate

Even if you love midcentury style or sleek contemporary homes, Victorian architecture is captivating. Take this five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home in Savannah, Georgia. Built in 1897 in the Queen Anne style, the 4,848-square-foot structure has been lovingly restored to maintain its period-appropriate integrity.

At first glance, the home impresses with its elegant veranda and twin copper-roofed belvederes framed by wisteria. An elaborate foyer welcomes you into the home with tall ceilings, stained glass windows, and plenty of light. Multiple original fireplaces make for a cozy spot in winter, while the Morrish fretwork is downright Instagrammable.

Hardwood floors have been restored throughout, and we also love the oak trim and period-appropriate light fixtures. The main floor features a parlor, dining room, and den, while the second and third floors have bedrooms and ample storage. Outside, a patio overlooks a swimming pool and walled courtyard with finished garage.

Ready to make this pretty Victorian home? 701 Whitaker Street is on the market now for $2,225,000.

A spacious foyer has a gorgeous staircase and high ceilings.
Multiple fireplaces make the home feel cozy.
Stained glass and period-appropriate light fixtures impress.
An updated kitchen provides plenty of storage.
Upstairs, many of the bedrooms also have fireplaces.
A deck overlooks a private courtyard with pool.