For Sale Residential $1,359,000 USD or Bitcoin - TownHouse
This elegant, newly built four-story townhouse is located in the heart of Savannah’s Landmark Historic District and harmonizes beautifully with its picturesque locale. Comprising four bedrooms and three-and-a- half baths across 4,200 sq ft, it offers spacious, luxurious living steps from Savannah’s renowned parks and squares, as well as museums, galleries, and top restaurants. The interiors are characterized by floor-to-ceiling sash windows, large fireplaces, coffered ceilings, and weathered solid oak floors, with significant attention to design detail evident in the high-quality fittings, such as the separate subway tiled showers in the master bedroom and the Carrara marble countertops, Viking and Bosch appliances, and Shaker-style cabinets in the gourmet kitchen. The open-plan layout is ideal for entertaining, while an elevator will connect all floors, which include an office/studio and media room, family room, bedrooms with balconies, and two rooftop terraces with wonderful city views. An oversized garage completes this offering.
Savannah was founded in 1733 by General James Oglethorpe as the 13th American Colony. His vision for the city was laid out into various squares, parks and public areas and was one of the first such planned cities in the world. That vision and plan has been preserved within the boundaries of the National Historic Landmark District and can still be seen today in our street patterns, 22 of the original park-like squares, the Colonial Cemetery and the Parks on Bay Street overlooking the Savannah River. All of these are within easy walking distance of 409 E McDonough Street.
A strategic port in the American Revolution and the Civil War, today the Port of Savannah is one of the busiest ports in the world, and is the single largest container port in the United States.
Savannah is ranked among America’s top-10 cities in Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s annual “Readers’ Choice Awards” and hosts millions of visitors each year. All the while retaining a small city feel with some of the country’s best restaurants, museums, art galleries and antique venues. In addition Savannah is the home of Savannah School of Art and Design, the largest art school in the country and one of the largest in the world, with students from every part of the globe.