1895 Queen Anne Victorian Overlooking Forsyth Park in Savannah, Georgia

Wayne Moore | Back River Photography

Wayne Moore | Back River Photography

1895 Queen Anne Victorian Overlooking Forsyth Park in Savannah, Georgia

$3,800,000 | Built 1895 | 5,123 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 0.12 Acres
611 Whitaker St, Savannah, GA 31401

This rare offering overlooks Forsyth Park c.1895 is a Queen Anne Victorian-style residence turned into a prosperous Inn featuring double side porches and can be sold fully furnished. Refined features were meticulously thought out from restored woodwork, a gracious double parlor, and a grand dining room. One of Savannahs finest restorations has earned it a coveted Historic Savannah Foundation Preservation Award. For the Chef at heart, you will be immersed in a kitchen with commercial appliances, generous surface space, and abundant storage. The homes 2nd level includes 4 beds and 3 ensuite baths with plenty of closet space. The primary suite has a secluded porch with sweeping views of Forsyth Park. The 3rd level offers an entertainment suite, day beds, 1 bed/ 1 bath to accommodate plenty of guests. A beautifully renovated and charming coach house with 1 bed/ 1 bath is detached and ideal for guest house or a rental. Off-street gated parking.

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Liza DiMarcoldimarco@baystreetrealtygroup.com • (805) 450-3795
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Savannah
Photography Credit: Wayne Moore | Back River Photography



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Wayne Moore | Back River Photography
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Wayne Moore | Back River Photography
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Wayne Moore | Back River Photography
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Wayne Moore | Back River Photography
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