c.1912 Dutch Colonial in Ardsley Park Reimagined by Bochner Design Sells for $985K
123 E 46th Street, Savannah, Georgia, United States, 31405
It’s been published in numerous local and national magazines including House Beautiful, Better Homes and Gardens & Savannah Magazine and now this 107-year-old Dutch Colonial has sold for $985,000. The property last sold a decade ago for $643,000 to Mary Jo Bochner, an acclaimed interior designer known for reimagining century-old homes. Bochner purchased the property alongside her husband, Dan, and children, who spent three years restoring, remodelling and turning the home into what we see today. Bochner operates Savannah-based design firm Bochner Design and has a collection of beautifully reimagined properties in her portfolio. This 3,800 square foot Dutch Colonial was built c.1912 and sits on 0.26 acre corner lot. There are 11-foot ceilings, large rooms and a lovingly upgraded kitchen with Wolf range, glass front Traulsen fridge and soapstone countertops. All HVAC mechanicals were upgraded in 2019, floors were finished and new lighting throughout. The 3,800 square foot floor plan includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms, including one bedroom and one bathroom in the carriage house. There is also 700 square feet of covered porches and a private garden with canopy of mature grape vines. The property was on the market for $1,050,000 withBeth Quigley Ferencsik of Keller Williams Coastal Area Partners.