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Type: Commercial
Area | County: Chatham County 
Community | City: Historic Savannah 
Location: 209-211 Gaston
Savannah , GA
Built: 1876
Approx. SQFT: 9009

c. 1867, the Dresser Palmer House is located on one of the most picturesque streets in SavannahGÇÖs National Historic Landmark District, this 1876 Italianate mansion stands apart as one of the cityGÇÖs finest historic inns and most popular wedding/private event locations. The business is licensed as an Inn and also has active liquor license. This immaculate property has three floors of living space and 16 en suite guest rooms, each featuring luxury appointments and individual HVAC controls. Home to the longest front porch in downtown Savannah, this historic property offers high-income potential with its classic Victorian dining room, elegant parlor and fantastic location just steps from Forsyth Park and the charming Downtown Design District. Additional features include abundant natural light, 12-foot ceilings, original plaster medallions, intricate wood details, exposed brick walls, heart pine floors, claw-foot tubs, walk-in showers, romantic fireplaces and a private walled courtyard.


On Gaston Street between Abercorn and Lincoln, a couple blocks east of Forsyth Park.

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»»Lat: 32.0835
»»Long: -81.0998
The oldest and best-known section of Savannah is the Historic District area. This is the locale of the city’s 22 gorgeous squares and numerous of its accommodations, restaurants and shops. It’s generally bordered on the north by the Savannah River and Savannah Harbor, on the east by the Truman Parkway, on the south by Victory Drive and on the west by West Boundary Street. Included in this area is the National Historic Landmark District — 2.5 square miles bearing the highest historic district-level designation awarded by the National Park Service. The borders of the Landmark District are the Savannah River, East Broad Street, Gwinnett Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Also situated within the Historic District area are two neighborhoods on the National Register of Historic Places — the Victorian District, which is just south of the Landmark District, and the Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District. Savannah’s Midtown area stretches from Victory Drive south to DeRenne Avenue and is bordered on the east by Waters Avenue and on the west by Bull Street. It’s the home of another National Register historic district, Ardsley Park-Chatham Crescent. Savannah is one of the leading vacation destinations in the U.S.A. and is teaming with creativity, art, culture and live theatre. This the perfect place for you to spend a weekend or a lifetime.

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2 Southbridge Blvd. | Savannah, GA 31405