Built in 1856, this stately historic home has been fully restored and renovated to have all the modern conveniences with the charm of original heart-pine floors and brick fireplaces (decorative only now). Located just north of Forsyth Park, Savannah’s largest green space, Cotton Manor has everything you’ll need for a truly luxurious stay in the Hostess City.
Large windows throughout the home let in an abundance of natural light with plantation shutters for privacy. The open dining and living space has plenty of comfortable seating, so you can relax after a day of sightseeing or plan your next adventure. The galley-style kitchen has stainless steel appliances, including a double oven.
Both bedrooms are upstairs, each with an en suite bath. The master bedroom has a king sized bed with beautiful solid wood frame, and floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the balcony. The windows are a lingering architectural detail from a time when Savannahians were taxed by how many doors their home had. The second bedroom has comfortable a queen-sized sleigh bed to curl up in after a long day of exploring Savannah.
This home is perfect for those who want to explore the city by foot. A short walk north through Calhoun Square will take you to Clary’s Cafe, the setting for several breakfast scenes in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. No matter which direction you choose, you’ll be in the heart of all Savannah has to offer.
Why Lucky Savannah Loves this Property:
- The breaktaking outdoor living space has a stainless steel grill and plenty of space to enjoy dining al fresco.
- Enjoy two private parking spaces with direct access to the private courtyard off the kitchen.
- Catch up on a little me time curled up with a good book in the reading nook.
- This home is perfect for couples, families, or a friends weekend getaway.
Bedroom 1: Queen Bed
Bedroom 2: King Bed
Living Room: Queen Sleeper Sofa