SOLD | Built 1890 | 3,871 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 0.11 Acres
Built in 1890 by the Home Building Company, The Dickinson-Exley house last sold in March of 2019 for $905,000. The nearly 4,000 square foot historic home was exquisitely restored by David Bloomquist and features an extremely well-executed addition complete with a one-car garage and workshop. The beautiful home features a large kitchen and master suite as well as four fireplaces with original slate mantels, one with a Moorish mirrored over-mantle. There are also pocket doors and pocket windows, three original ceiling medallions, original Queen Anne glass and salvaged stained glass on the third floor, Bradbury and Bradbury wallpapers and border papers, copper pressed ceilings in the dining room and kitchen and original heart pine flooring. The house and its twin next door have Eastlake friezes under the eaves and Queen Anne porches. They have unique cross-gabled roofs and splayed two-story bay windows facing true south. The house has nine set-back Eastlake-decorated gables. Its conical roof rises 45-feet from the ground. The location, in the heart of Savannah’s famed Victorian District, cannot be beaten with all the amenities of this coveted neighbourhood. This beautiful home last sold for $905,000 in March of 2019 and was on the market for $919,000 with B. Moody of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices-Cora Bett Thomas Realty.