This Iconic Savannah Home—Overlooking Forsyth Park—Just Hit the Market
Located on a spacious corner lot overlooking Savannah's historic Forsyth Park, the Chesnutt House has a prime address for enjoying all that the city has to offer. Built in 1897, the Queen Anne Victorian stunner has been carefully restored to preserve the charm of the era. Over three floors and 4,848 square feet, you'll find five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and plenty of living space. This charming home just hit the market—and it could be yours for $2,225,000.
The Victorian-era architecture paired with creeping wisteria, green accent paint, and sweeping verandas create an exterior that will stop passersby in their tracks.
Unparalleled Park Views
A front porch swing offers a front row seat to enjoy views of Forsyth Park. Whitaker Street borders the park on the west side.
From the high ceilings to the stained-glass windows to the intricate woodwork, it'll take several minutes to take in the beauty of everything your eyes will see as you walk through the front door.
Plenty of windows and chandeliers fill each room with light to balance out the dark woodwork throughout the home.
Great for Entertaining
Large doorways allow guests to easily move about from room to room, while still creating defined spaces.
Ample storage space can be found throughout the home, including in the kitchen where cabinets stretch from floor to ceiling.
The large bedrooms offer plenty of space for sitting areas. Some even have their own fireplaces, which are original to the home.
Private Backyard Oasis
A walled courtyard with a swimming pool and deck allow you to take your entertaining outdoors.