You’ll love waking up to the Live Oak trees and charming cobblestones that make up Jones Street, named America’s Prettiest Street by Southern Living Magazine. Built in 1856, this charming cottage is rich in both historical character and modern comforts for up to eight Lucky guests.
Beautifully renovated, many of the original details have been preserved, including the rustic pine floors and exposed ceiling beams. On the first floor you’ll find a formal dining room with seating for six. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining room, and features the original brick fireplace, a custom built island, built in shelving, and stainless steel appliances. You’ll find everything you need to prepare a meal in your home-away-from-home. The living room has plenty of comfortable seating for everyone, so you can enjoy a movie together on the large flat screen TV. A separate sunroom has wall-to-wall windows looking out into the backyard with flagstone patio and barbeque grill perfect for family gatherings.
On the second floor you’ll find two bedrooms, each with a queen-sized bed, and a shared full bath with a double vanity. The third floor loft has one full-sized bed and two twin beds. With a large desk perfect for board games or puzzled, this enchanting spot is sure to form lasting bonds between those sharing the space and is especially perfect for children.
With on-street, non-metered parking in front of the cottage, this home has all the conveniences you’ll need for a memorable stay in Savannah. With so much within walking distance, you may never even move your car during your stay!
Why Lucky Savannah Loves this Property:
- The desk in the sunroom provides a peaceful spot for the digital nomad to get some work done.
- Find everything you need to make a meal at home at nearby Smith Brothers Butcher Shop.
- Stroll down beautiful Jones Street to start your day at Clary’s Cafe, a perpetual favorite of locals and visitors alike.
What is parking like for this home?
Savannah’s historic buildings, squares, and streets have been beautifully preserved through the dedicated efforts of the Historic Savannah Foundation. Founded before the invention of the automobile, parking can be limited.
This unit has free, on-street parking right outside the front door. Availability will depend on time of day and season. Our guests have not reported trouble parking near the home, even on the busiest of weekends.
Bedroom 1: Queen Bed
Bedroom 2: Queen Bed
Bedroom 3: 2 Twin Beds, 1 Full Bed
Permit #: SVR-00108