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Type: Residential
Area | County: Savannah 
Community | City: Historic Savannah 
Neighborhood: Pulaski Ward 
Location: 215 Charlton
Savannah , GA
Beds: 5  |  F. Baths: 4  |  H. Baths: 1
Setting: Park
Style: Traditional
Built: 1846
Approx. SQFT: 4615
Pool: Heated,In-Ground Pool
Fireplaces: 3
Elementary: Gadsden
Middle School: DeRenne
High School: Savannah Arts

The 1846 Sturdevant Home is situated on a double, corner lot & built to last with imported mahogany bannisters, black Egyptian mantles, & locally forged ironwork. Local lumber mills crafted timber into stunning, wide plank floors. The scale is large and windows are oversized & plentiful to maximize light. In the 1960GÇÖs, the first large scale renovation saw the installation of pink, Ga. granite steps, air conditioning, and eventually a saltwater pool. Today, the home remains a private residence behind gardens and mature crepe myrtles. It still has a commanding view of Pulaski Square and now sports a fabulous, new kitchen, beautiful exterior decks, a walled courtyard, elevator, and covered parking. The first floor is a separate short term vacation rental with solid income sufficient to cover most (if not all) taxes and maintenance. The Sturdevant home offers an excellent opportunity to live in & enjoy one of the most desirable sections of the Landmark Historic District.


Ceilings; 9' Plus
Rear Stairs
Recessed Lights

Front Porch

Convection Oven
Double Oven
Hood Fan
Self-Clean Oven
W/D Connection
Wine Chiller

Home is located on Southeast corner of Tattnall & Charlton Streets

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2 Southbridge Blvd. | Savannah, GA 31405