Our beautiful Victorian Italianette home is across from the famous Forsyth Park in downtown Savannah. Restaurants and dining, family-friendly activities, and nightlife are but a few minutes away. You’ll love our place located in the midst of the Historic Victorian District. The 100 block of East Park Avenue is emblematic of the famous Victorian architecture. You will also enjoy the comfy bed and light and airy bedroom. Our place is good for couples, solo adventurers and business travelers.
The Green Room has a queen size bed and an ensuite bathroom. This spacious, light and airy corner room has a great view of Forsyth Park with access to the second story balcony. Enjoy morning coffee or tea in the adjacent common room.
Guest can watch TV in the common room or read in the sun porch on the second floor. Guests are welcome to use the living and dining rooms on the ground floor.
We strive to make our guest feel at home and are attentive to their needs. We are available throughout their stay to answer any questions and provide any recommendation.
**The City of Savannah requires that guests sign a rental contract and prohibits extra guests beyond stated occupancy of 2.
My husband of 50 years, Michael, and I are retired International Development Workers. We bought this beautiful Historic Victorian Neighborhood house in 1997 while we were overseas in preparation for our son coming to study at the Savannah College of Art and Design ... I'm from Puerto Rico and my husband is from Great Britain. Being from the Caribbean I must live surrounded by flowers and bright colors. Therefore my front porch looks a bit like a jungle. Our guests love to sit in the rocking chair or on a bench and look at life pass by from this great vantage point. Michael has lots of relatives in Great Britain, New Zealand and Spain, so we travel a lot to those destinations besides Puerto Rico. -- Throughout the years we made many friends in the places we worked and now we are very happy to enjoy such a beautiful city like Savannah and our delightful Victorian House -- The house was divided into 5 apartments and we were just waiting to retire to come down from Washington DC to start the renovation project. It took us over 3 years of blood, sweat, tears and arguments but we are very happy with the results.