Historic

$1,100,000
5
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
4688
ft2
6534
ft2

Description

INVESTMENT PROPERTY!!! LIVE IN MAIN HOUSE AND RENT OUT CARRIAGE HOUSE! Updated Carrier Infinity green speed with gas furnace 80 speed. Includes infinity air purifier that kills 99.7% of Covid-19 virus. From the stained glass transoms to the painted plaster moldings this 1884 Victorian has it all! Original hardwood floors throughout home with floor to ceiling windows and 9 slate fireplaces. Origina...
INVESTMENT PROPERTY!!! LIVE IN MAIN HOUSE AND RENT OUT CARRIAGE HOUSE! Updated Carrier Infinity green speed with gas furnace 80 speed. Includes infinity air purifier that kills 99.7% of Covid-19 virus. From the stained glass transoms to the painted plaster moldings this 1884 Victorian has it all! Original hardwood floors throughout home with floor to ceiling windows and 9 slate fireplaces. Original newel post and mahogany spindles on stair case. Original plaster crown and medallions. Library has built-in cabinets, and bookcases. Captivating gourmet kitchen (with a Savannah grey brick fireplace) that flows into laundry room with extra refrigerator/freezer, sink and cabinets. Producing rental income of $5,000 a month from carriage house and guest room upstairs. The Carriage house is 1 bedroom, 1 bath with 1 parking space. Double sided porches that overlook the landscaped garden and courtyard and only a couple of blocks from Forsyth Park! Call today for a showing!

Amenities

Lot

Investment Property

Indoor

Library
Fireplace

Building Info

Year build
1884
Property type
House

Location

211 W Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Georgia, United States

Contact Agent

Tanner Thomson
Tanner Thomson
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Registered on JamesEdition
2017
Address
1650 East Victory Drive, Savannah, GA, United States
Listing Reference
VNH383420536
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