$2,225,000 | Built c.1897 | 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 4,848 Sq. Ft. | 0.12 Acres
An architecturally mesmerizing residence showcasing incredible original exterior and interior fixtures is on the market in Savannah for $2,225,000. Built c.1897 for Joseph B. Chestnut, the Chestnut House remains a historically and architecturally significant structure in Savannah, Georgia. Sitting on a 0.12 acre lot facing Forsyth Park, the 122-year-old residence has been lovingly restored while maintaining its period-appropriate integrity with elegant museum-quality architectural details evoking the ornate majesty of the Victorian era. Twin copper-roofed porches framed by wisteria invite guests onto the large porch. The main floor includes large parlors, a spacious dining room and large den with details such as hardwood floors, elegant oak trim and stained glass windows. There is close to 5,000 square feet of space over three floors with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property also includes a walled courtyard, swimming pool, deck and finished garage. The Chestnut House is on the market for $2,225,000 with Seabolt Brokers.