Built in 1852, the home’s storied past is one of artful living. It was the 50-year home and studio to famed Savannah artist, Myrtle Jones who was known for her paintings of cityscapes and portraiture.
An extensive four-year restoration began in 2005 resulting in a brilliant masterpiece that was the recipient of The American Institute of Architects AIA Honor Award. One of the home’s most appealing features is the thoughtful attention to incorporating natural light throughout.
Featured in Metropolitan Home Magazine, this home is a remarkable example of uniting a storied past with modern-day luxury. With such seamless indoor and outdoor living, this is the ideal home for enjoying Savannah’s comfortable weather.
The home is offered for sale by Associate Broker, Staci Donegan of Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty for $2,150,000. Additional photography and details may be reviewed at StaciDoneganRealEstate.com. To arrange a private showing, please call 912.247.2052 or email email@example.com.