422 Habersham Street Savannah, GA 31401
- 26216 sq.ft.
- 0.14 Acres
Savannah's Historic District is a picturesque neighborhood with many historic homes. Beautifully maintained historic squares allow residents the luxury of green space while evoking the southern charm and relaxation for which this Landmark Historic District is known. Dotted with 18th and 19th Century houses, the Historic District offers splendid examples of Georgian, Greek Revival, and Gothic style architecture. More than 50 years of preservation efforts have helped maintain the character of Savannah's Historic District. The Historic District offers great housing and real estate investment opportunities with restored historic homes and homes still in need of restoration. Contact us today for more information on homes for sale in Savannah Historic District or to schedule a showing.
Located in the heart of the city, Savannah's Historic District is located just south of the Savannah River, with South Carolina just over the picturesque Talmadge Memorial Bridge. With easy access to I‑16, The Islands and Southside Savannah, the Historic District is a popular choice for residents who like to experience all that Savannah has to offer.
Some of Savannah's most famous restaurants are located within the Historic District, just steps away from beautifully restored historic homes. The Olde Pink House is a restored 18th-century Savannah mansion that offers Southern cuisine in a luxurious historical setting. Mrs. Wilke's Dining Room is a family style restaurant situated in a historic Savannah house dated to 1870, and offers traditional Southern homestyle cooking. More modern options, such as a.lure, offer sophisticated atmosphere and upscale dining. There is truly a wealth of options available for dinner and an evening stroll through the Historic District's many famous squares.
The Savannah Historic District also offers plenty of cultural excursions. Telfair Museums, including the Jepson Center, the Telfair Academy and the Owens-Thomas House, is the oldest public art museum in the Southern United States. With three diverse buildings housing artwork ranging from classic to cutting-edge, Telfair Museums offers an incomparable visitor experience. Among the cultural assets in the Historic District reside the country's most beautiful churches, as well. The First African Baptist Church on Franklin Square was once a stop on the Underground Railroad, and St. John's Cathedral, built in 1896, offers a beautiful example of French Gothic-style architecture.
When night comes, Savannah lights up with excitement. Savannah's nightlife boasts vibrant bars, pubs and night clubs with karaoke, the famous "to-go" cup and live music performances abound.
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