This recently renovated two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath townhome has been decorated with contemporary furnishings and original artwork, creating an uncluttered and comfortable home away from home for up to six Lucky guests.
The main entrance opens into the dining room with a table that sits six set against a wall of shelves featuring board games and books to entertain your group. Just down a short hallway is the open living space, which incorporates the kitchen, with its new stainless steel appliances and recessed bead board ceiling, and a breakfast bar. With hundreds of channels to choose from, you can enjoy a movie night or the big game on the wall-mounted 55” flat screen TV. Sliding glass doors lead out to the private, brick-paved patio, where you can relax in the shade of the landscaped greenery and pergola overhead, enjoying the sweet smell of Southern jasmine, as you dine al fresco.
Upstairs you’ll find two serene bedrooms, each with a king-sized bed with luxurious memory foam mattress. The shared bathroom has a combined tub and shower. Both bedrooms have ample closet space, and there is a washer/dryer in the hall between them so you can pack light, even for extended stays.
Located just three blocks from iconic Forsyth Park, you’ll love strolling through the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, or one of many festivals hosted there throughout the year. You’ll be just down the street from the only full service beer, wine and spirit shop and full-size grocery store in downtown Savannah.
As a bonus, fans of “The Book,” (what Savannahians call Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil) will be sure to visit the nearby Mercer Williams House, Clary’s, and other locations made famous by the now legendary story. If you’re looking for a real “live like a local” experience, book your dates at this unique vacation rental property today.
Why Lucky Savannah Loves this Property:
- A half-bath is conveniently located on the first floor, under their stairs.
- Take a stroll to Maté Factor Cafe and discover organic coffee, maté teas, housemade muffins, danishes and even fruit-stuffed.
- Fans of “The Book,” - what Savannahians call Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - will be sure to visit the nearby Mercer Williams House, Clary’s, and other locations made famous by the now legendary story.
Bedroom 1: King Bed
Bedroom 2: King Bed
Living Room: Queen Sized Sofa Bed
Parking: Non-metered Parking
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.
Savannah Short Term Vacation Rental Permit #: SVR-00201