5 of the Most Swoon-Worthy Homes in Savannah, Georgia

5 of the Most Swoon-Worthy Homes in Savannah, Georgia

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Nancy Mitchell
Sep 12, 2016
(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

Although I've never been to Savannah, I've always been fascinated by photos of its stately houses, beautiful public squares, and trees dripping with Spanish moss. After spending the morning reading up on the city and looking at pictures of gorgeous old homes there, I'm definitely ready to plan my visit. If you too are itching for a little taste of the South, let these five tours of beautiful Savannah homes take you on a virtual vacation.

(Image credit: Martha Stewart)
(Image credit: Martha Stewart)
(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

Above: A deep wrap-around porch makes for gracious outdoor living at this Savannah home, located on the banks of the Skidaway River. See more at Martha Stewart.

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(Image credit: Traditional Home)
(Image credit: Traditional Home)
(Image credit: Traditional Home)

This Georgian-style house, built in 1888, occupies a prominent corner in Savannah's historic district. The home is filled with a mix of antiques, but the homeowner has intentionally left a little space to let the pieces "breathe," which gives the home a fresh, light feel. See more at Traditional Home.

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(Image credit: Garden & Gun)
(Image credit: Garden & Gun)
(Image credit: Garden & Gun)
(Image credit: Garden & Gun)

This loft apartment, located in an almost 100-year-old building in Savannah's historic district, is filled with a mix of antiques and more modern pieces. See more at Garden & Gun.

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(Image credit: Savannah Magazine)
(Image credit: Savannah Magazine)
(Image credit: Savannah Magazine)

This 1853 townhouse, overlooking one of Savannah's historic squares, was renovated to create a fresh aesthetic that's also deeply respectful of the home's history. See more at Savannah Magazine.

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(Image credit: Savannah Magazine)
(Image credit: Savannah Magazine)
(Image credit: Savannah Magazine)

Local Savannah writer Chad Faries calls this charming 100-year-old cottage home. The property, which he renovated with the help of a crew of writer friends, features many loving touches, including the painted compass rose on the kitchen floor and a tree house that hangs from the branches of a massive oak tree. See more at Savannah Magazine.

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