MLS Number: 210110    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Multi-family
Area | County: Savannah 
Community | City: Historic Savannah 
Neighborhood: Troup 
Location: 409 Liberty
Savannah , GA
Beds: 5  |  F. Baths: 3
Built: 1900
Approx. SQFT: 5196

A Savannah crown jewel property. Constructed in 1900, features a full marble facade. Commercial Retail on ground level with a 344 sqft basement, Two (2) bedroom apartments on the 2 & 3 floors w/ STVR permits in place. Two off street parking spaces plus non metered parking in front. Commercial & residential spaces have been recently fully renovated & are currently leased. Newly refinished HW floors, natural stone countertops, new finishes, fixtures & interior paint. Many period details have been restored including pocket doors, classic wooodworking, original hardware, & working fireplaces. Large floor to ceiling windows throughout the apartment offer abundant natural light & add to the open floorplan. Large kitchen w/ plenty of counter space is perfect for the home chef. High ceilings & large bedrooms add to the appeal & design. Excellent views of Liberty St & DT Savannah. The marble facade designed & carved by John Walz - The sculptor who carved "Little Gracie" in Bonaventure Cemetery.


South side of Liberty Street between Habersham and Price Streets.

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»»Lat: 32.0835
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