Built in the 1800s, this historic loft was originally part of a cotton warehouse. It survived a major fire and turn as a vocational school before being completely remodeled to its current state as a luxury short-term rental.
Upon arrival you'll be able to utilize your private parking space directly in front of the home and head immediately upstairs to your urban oasis. The exposed brick you see as you ascend the stairs to the main level continues throughout the loft. Beams charred in the early 1900s add to the charm and warmth of this unique loft.
The full kitchen opens to the living room with a breakfast bar and an amazing view. You'll have everything you need to cook dinner or just to reheat some leftovers from one of the amazing restaurants at your doorstep. The beautiful living room with a comfortable linen sleeper sofa has a flat screen tv with cable, but with large picture windows and french doors to a small balcony, who needs tv?
A master suite in the front of the home offers a true luxury experience with a Queen bed, seating area, and huge bathroom with a separate jetted tub and shower. The second bedroom, a cozy Queen, features original artwork, bold colors, and a large closet. The second full bath is right next to the bedroom, and has a tub/shower combination and plenty of counter space for getting ready for a night on the town.
When you're ready to enjoy the best view in Savannah, just head up your extra-wide stairs to the second floor to a huge rooftop deck with sweeping panoramic views of the Savannah River. Whether you're watching first Friday fireworks, overlooking the New Year's festivities, or just watching a beautiful sunset, this view is unmatched.
Why Lucky Savannah Loves this Property:
1) Relax after a long day of exploring Savannah with a glass of wine on the deck, or while in the jetted tub.
2) From Savannah Riverview, you’ll have an unparalleled view of River Street festivities.
3) This one-of-a-kind loft is luxury at it’s best, Savannah style.
4) PARKING. One car private parking at your doorstep is unheard of downtown, especially along the river.