C. 1916 Historic Ardsley Park Home for $1.6 Million in Savannah, Georgia

Vanessa Richardson, Nessa Rich Photography

Vanessa Richardson, Nessa Rich Photography

C. 1916 Historic Ardsley Park Home for $1.6 Million in Savannah, Georgia

$1,600,000 | 1916 | 6,044 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.36 Acres
109 E 52nd St, Savannah, GA 31405

Amidst the iconic oak-lined streets of Ardsley Park, this exquisite 1916 estate was originally built for R. Lattimore, whose family developed this HIGHLY coveted neighborhood. The sprawling grounds span an impressive 5(!) city lots, which affords privacy & space VERY rarely found within city limits. This home is the essence of historic charm- with SOARING ceilings & GRACIOUS living spaces bathed in natural light. MADE for entertaining with 6 porches, each offering its own unique vantage point to admire the picturesque surroundings. Adding to the allure is a 2 bedroom carriage house. Updated for modern life, it features new HVAC & electrical systems, ensuring comfort while preserving its integrity- from the grand architecture to the thoughtful details woven throughout. This manor continues to be the showcase of sophistication it was built to be. If you are looking for truly unparalleled living in the heart of Savannah, this is the opportunity you have been waiting for!


Chelsea Phillipschelseasold@gmail.com • (912) 332-0465
Six Bricks, LLC
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