"Live like a Savannah Native" of yesteryear in this unique historic home on your next visit to Savannah. Well known Savannah Sculptor John Walz created this Liberty Street home to house his studio in 1911. This immaculate restoration is featured on Savannah's famed Tour of Homes. Local legend has it that the famed sculpture Little Gracie was created in his studio by Walz.
Just pack you bags and come on to the historic district as this home has everything you could possibly need - dining room with seating for six, full kitchen with stainless steel appliances and two spacious bedrooms. Amenities include well kept grounds within set back city space that features statuary and off-street parking. High speed internet available.
This property is not suitable for young children.
No smoking or pets allowed.
Please note that a longer nightly minimum may be required during peak season dates, holidays or special events.
Additional Features: Number Bathrooms: 1.5, Fireplace: Decorative Only, Linens Bed 1, Ceiling Fan Bed 1, Towels Provided Bath 1, Dining Room Seats: 6, Central Air/Heat, Kitchen: Full Size, Dishes/Utensils Provided, Internet: Wifi, Off-Street Parking, Number of floors: 2, DVD Player, Washer and Dryer, Coffee Maker, Toaster, Refrigerator: Full Size, Dishwasher, Stove, Oven, Courtyard: Private, Network Name: Joan Heyward, Bedding Bed 1: King, Linens Bed 2, Bedding Bed 2: Queen, Microwave, Ceiling Fan Bed 2