Authentically restored, beautiful historic home will allow you to live like a local in the center of the historic district of Savannah, steps from all the sights.
Built in 1866 as part of the Ruckert Row on Jones Street, considered by most to be the prettiest street in the South. A two-story, 3 Bedroom / 3 Bath home with a remodeled kitchen.
Original heart pine floors, exposed brick, ten-foot ceilings, four non-working original fireplaces, authentic victorian furniture and decor, gas lamps, a peaceful courtyard, and all the modern amenities which allow you to relax in the charm of the 'Hostess City."
The open double parlor (living room and dining room) is a perfect place to relax in the comfortable leather couches or to eat your home cooked meal. There is cozy den off the remodeled kitchen. The tranquil courtyard is recently rebuilt and landscaped, giving shade in the summer, and full of sun during the winter, where you can enjoy your morning coffee, eat a meal, or just take things slow like a local, sipping on your favorite drinks. The back bedroom has a balcony on the second floor, great for sunning, overlooking the courtyard (and the St. Paddy's Day Parade route).
Two of the full bathrooms are upstairs: one with a shower/tub and the other just a shower. The third full bathroom is downstairs, but has a tub with no shower head.
Check-in is after 4 pm and Check-out is before 12 pm. This could possibly be flexible but you must check with me before.
You will have access to the entire house, courtyard, and private driveway with parking for two vehicles.
Instructions for entry to the house will be unlocked after you book and one week prior to your stay, available through the hospitality app. You will receive an email for the hospitality app.
8 guests is my capacity by law and I cannot make exceptions. My home is most suitable for a group of couples, a big family, or a small group of singles. My home is not hospitable for large groups of singles, including bachelor/bachelorette parties.
I will allow pets on a case by case basis, but there will be an extra fee (usually $100 but depends on the situation/number and size of pets/etc.
I ask if you are staying for longer than a weekend, that you do me a favor and make sure the plants inside don't get too thirsty.
I have a landscaper named Belvin, middle-aged and missing a few teeth, a very nice guy. You may see him working out front, or possibly watering plants in the back which he does a few times during the week in the mornings.
Short Term Vacation Rental Permit - SVR-00347