This circa 1895 townhome is located on the corner of beautiful, serene Chatham Square. Originally built by Matilda Heitmann, this residence is a registered Savannah Historic Foundation dwelling. This beautifully decorated home has all the modern convenience but retains the original details of the historic home that it is. It is truly a “home away from home”.
This beautiful townhouse is located within Savannah's legitimate Landmark Historic District, south of River Street, north of Gwinett Street, east of MLK Jr. Boulevard, and west of Broad Street. Translation: You are actually in easy walking distance to everywhere you wish to be. Or, a carriage will pick you up from your doorsteps. Call a pedicab to take you to or from dinner. It is all easy to do from this great location.
Whether you are visiting Savannah to enjoy the stunning architecture of a time past or to visit landmarks that have made Savannah a vacation destination, this townhome is perfectly located for your exploration. For example, leave your front door and walk two blocks west and you will be looking at the Mercer-Williams House made famous in the movie, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”. One block up from there is Forsyth Park. You’ll find yourself drawn back there over and over again. If you want to walk down one of the most beautiful streets in the world, leave your “home away from home” walk across Chatham Square and you are one block away from Jones Street.
Whatever you choose to do while in Savannah, the townhome on Chatham Square will be a quiet oasis which you will look forward to returning to each day and not want to leave when your stay is over.