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Historic Georgian Revival jewel asks $6.8M in Savannah

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With a backyard oasis and pool

A historic brick house with Ionic columns, a garden, and trees in Savannah. Photos by Wayne Moore of Back River Photography, courtesy of Staci Donegan

Take a visit to the historic districts of Savannah, Georgia, and you can’t help but notice the city’s incredible architecture. Elegant homes abound, and the latest to cross our desk is this six-bedroom, eight-bath home overlooking Savannah’s picturesque Forsyth Park.

Called the Mills B. Lane House, the home was built in 1907 in the Georgian Revival style. Curb appeal is no problem here, as the stately exterior boasts Ionic columns, a “Swan’s neck” pediment, and grand shuttered windows with splayed lintels.

Upon entering the home guests are welcomed by 29 hand painted murals in a grand entrance hall. Elsewhere, pocket doors open to two formal parlors, a ballroom-size dining room, and a library with built-in bookshelves.

Beyond the home’s original features, the star of the property is a picture-perfect garden veranda in the rear. A brick patio and in-ground pool create a private oasis to cool off in the summer heat, and a pool house adds to the charm.

Ready to settle down with this Georgian jewel? 26 East Gaston Street is on the market now for $6,750,000.

A stately wood door is open in a foyer with 29 hand-painted murals of vegetation.
A grand foyer includes 29 hand-painted murals to welcome guests.
A fireplace in an ornate formal living room.
The home’s formal living room includes a fireplace.
A stone hearth over a modern stove and a large kitchen.
The large kitchen has been updated with modern luxuries.
Pocket doors open to a formal sitting room with fireplace, tall windows, and piano.
Pocket doors open to another formal sitting room.
A garden sits next to a brick patio and pool.
Looking out from the deck to the gardens and pool.
The view from the pool back towards the red brick house.
The view from the pool back towards the house.