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7 historic homes in Savannah, Georgia

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Homes in Savannah.

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West Duffy Street. An Episcopal church for 120 years, this preservation award winner holds two modern condos and an unfinished space including the original altar and a 20-foot stained-glass window. The two-bedroom, open-concept Front Loft has elaborate carved doors and a bell-tower bath with a soaker tub.

The Middle Loft, a tri-level two-bedroom, has modern finishes. Both feature cathedral ceilings and restored wood floors. $1,100,000. Jessica Kelly, Engel & Völkers Savannah, (912) 441-9101.

East Jones Street. Built in 1853, this four-bedroom brick townhouse includes a rentable private-entry apartment. The restored main space retains the original stained glass, wrought-iron finishes, high ceilings, wood floors, and exposed rafters and brick walls.

The kitchen has been updated with stainless appliances, custom cabinets, and stone counters. Outside are a garden courtyard, patio with fountain, and third-floor terrace. $1,589,500. Austin Hill, Austin Hill Realty, (912) 547-2714.

West Charlton Street. The 1865 Hill Gowdy House is in Pulaski Square. Updated twice, in 1965 and recently, the two-bedroom home has slate floors and plaster molding in the open living-dining room; a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances; en suite bedrooms; and solar panels and air purification.

French doors open onto one of the largest walled gardens in Savannah. $1,250,000. Austin Hill, Austin Hill Realty, (912) 547-2714.

East Broughton Street. This mixed-use 1955 building includes a five-bedroom, fully furnished modern loft apartment and a ground-level restaurant with a long-term lease. The living space has high ceilings, an open layout, exposed ceiling beams and skylights.

The kitchen has Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele appliances and tabby concrete counters. An elevator leads from the home to a private garage. $3,450,000. Staci Donegan, Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty, (912) 247-2052.

West Gaston Street. A recent four-year renovation won this 1852 home an American Institute of Architects Honor Award. The six-bedroom townhouse features original details like stained glass, and modern amenities such as a three-oven gourmet kitchen. The master bath has a gas fireplace and private balcony, and there are guest suites downstairs and in the carriage house.

Outdoor spaces include a courtyard and street-facing balcony. $2,300,000. Staci Donegan, Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty, (912) 247-2052.

West Park Avenue. This 1888 Italianate mansion stands next to historic Forsyth Park. The restored nine-bedroom home features oversize bay windows, antique heart-pine floors and grand staircase, and original marble fireplaces. The stand-alone carriage house includes a bedroom, kitchen, and attached two-car garage.

Porches overlook the property’s yards, gardens, citrus trees, patios, and fountains. $2,000,000. Chelsea Phillips, Keller Williams Savannah, (912) 332-0465.

East 48th Street. Located on a triple lot, this updated 1920 Craftsman bungalow includes three bedrooms, a separate dining room, an eat-in country kitchen, and a living room with a fireplace. Original hardwood floors and moldings run throughout.

A fenced backyard features a brick-paved patio with a fire pit. $325,000. Chelsea Phillips, Keller Williams Savannah, (912) 332-0465.

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