The Historic Crowther Mansion in Savannah Is For Sale—Take a Peek Inside
Built in 1895, the Crowther Mansion at 611 Whitacker Street in Savannah, Georgia, offers unparalleled views of Forsyth Park's iconic live oak trees dripping in Spanish moss. The home has undergone a tasteful $1.5 million dollar renovation to preserve the historic charm and architectural characteristics of both the interior and exterior. The five bedroom, five bath residence offers just over 5,100 square feet of living space throughout three floors and a coach house. The home also offers ample off-street parking, a luxury for a downtown property. Take a look at this Savannah stunner that has us wishing we could call it home.
The asymmetrical Victorian-style home with oriel windows holds a coveted Historic Savannah Foundation Preservation Award.
The home borders Savannah's historic 30-acre Forsyth Park and offers breathtaking views from the porches and windows.
As soon as you step into the front door, you can see all the beautifully restored woodwork, from the doors to the floors to the stairs.
Just off the foyer there are two parlors, each with its own chandelier, fireplace, and window views. The spaces are open but can be separated with pocket doors.
The eat-in kitchen offers plenty of amenities to make cooking enjoyable including a 6-burner stove, two ovens, built-in butcher block, and a pot filler.
A covered porch offers the perfect place to spend Southern summers. Just make sure you have plenty of sweet tea for sipping.
The Master Bedroom
Home to another fireplace and sitting porch, the master creates a haven you won’t want to leave.
The Master Bath
Amenities like a beautiful soaking tub and heated floors create a cozy master suite.
The Billiards Room
On the upper level, the billiards room has a wet bar and state-of-the-art theater system. Behind the bookcase, there is also a secret passage to another bedroom.
The Coach House
Offering an additional bedroom and bathroom, the detached coach house provides guests their own space.