Originally built in 1870, this beautiful and historic property is nestled in Savannah’s central district and just a 7-minute walk from Forsyth Park. Located on street level, the apartment has been beautifully updated with personal touches that provide a cozy and functional space. Enter the apartment using the smart lock and your unique door code. Step into the well-appointed kitchen featuring custom cabinets, granite countertops, brand new appliances, and all the kitchen essentials you need for cooking right at home. With large bay windows looking out onto the private patio, enjoy your delicious meals at the dining table, set for two, but expandable for four. Step out onto the secluded patio and enjoy beautiful Savannah mornings, sipping coffee, with natural greenery creeping along the privacy fences. Looking to cook up some great BBQ? The patio features a new grill ready for your favorite recipe.
The entire garden apartment as well as the exterior patio off of the kitchen is yours. The upstairs is the owners' quarters, please do not attempt to walk up the exterior staircase to their home. You may come and go as you please! The parking out front is free, but there are many metered spots on adjacent streets and in the neighborhood in general.
Filled with true southern hospitality, the downtown districts of Savannah provide you with the quintessential southern experience rooted in Savannah’s colonial past. Situated on a quiet side street lined with older growth trees, your stay in 1870 will provide you a quiet retreat to relax after exploring the city by day or night. Walk over to Forsyth Park and enjoy many of the walking paths, monuments, and the park bandshell. Looking for fantastic places for a bite to eat? Check out Collings quarter at Forsyth. Head to 700 Drayton Restaurant for fine American dining or grab a down-home lunch at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room. Looking for group activities? Check out 700 Kitchen Cooking School. All just minutes from 1870. Grab your favorite pint at Totally Awesome Bar, a retro-themed tavern with pool tables. Looking for some live music? Check out Pour Larry’s or get your favorite single-malt at Molly MacPherson’s Scottish Pub and Grill.
Take in all the history of Savannah by stopping in one of the many museums. Mercer-William’s House Museum is just minutes away, or check out Savannah’s art scheme by stopping into the SCAD Museum of Art.
Want to take it all in at once while riding or biking? We are just minutes away from Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah and Savannah Bike Tours.
Getting around is easy with walkable streets, bike rentals, and uber service. Jump on Savannah’s public transit system with the Montgomery St and W Gaston stop just a 5-minute walk from 1870. Try out the Savannah Belles Ferries to see the beautiful skyline of Savannah from the riverfront.