Waterfront $2.2M Heron Cove Estate in Savannah, Georgia

Wayne Moore | Back River Photography

Wayne Moore | Back River Photography

Waterfront $2.2M Heron Cove Estate in Savannah, Georgia

$2,200,000 | Built 2006 | 6,238 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 4.47 Acres
2301 Norwood Ave, Savannah, GA 31406

One of Savannah’s most impressive private waterfront estates, Heron Cove features 4+ acres on the Herb Creek nestled in the desirable Isle of Hope area. Offered for the first time in more than 80 years, this exquisite property features incredible privacy & the rare opportunity to own a private marsh front estate in Chatham County. The main 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom custom home (built in 2005) offers stunning views of Herb Creek, the marsh & 2 tidal ponds that are perfect for swimming, crabbing and fishing. Highlights include a large primary suite, elevator & foyer with Tiffani Taylor mural. A gourmet kitchen with Sub Zero/Dacor appliances, double oven, wet bar & butler’s pantry opens to large family room w/spectacular water views. The boathouse includes a studio apartment that’s ideal for guests or investment opportunities. A waterfront courtyard with double-sided brick fireplace is perfect for hosting summer parties or fall oyster roasts. Easy access to Sandfly, downtown Savannah, Tybee Island & more.


Staci Donegan • staci@stacidonegan.com(912) 247-2052
Seabolt Brokers | Christie’s International Real Estate
Photography Credit: Wayne Moore | Back River Photography



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