google.com, pub-5618279750012654, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Architecture of the Impressionist Period

Le Lout aerial 2

This grand Italianate mansion in Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District was featured in the 2013 film Savannah. Built in 1874, it was restored to retain its period character. Surrounded by wrought-iron fencing, the three-story stucco home has a classic raised stoop entrance and double doors leading to an inviting foyer with parquet floors, twin columns, and a grand staircase. The grand parlor features bay windows, a fireplace with gilt mirror, pocket doors, crystal chandeliers, and ample room for entertaining. Italianate doors lead out to one of three covered porches. The chef’s kitchen has been renovated with high-end stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, custom cabinets, a spacious eat-in/sitting area, brick fireplace, and an English pub-style bar. The second floor houses three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a spacious sitting room. The third floor comprises an en suite bedroom with two fireplaces, two walk-in closets with custom-carved wooden doors, and a full bathroom, and opens to a covered veranda. The second bedroom has a full bathroom with a soaking tub and spectacular city views. The garden level apartment has an en suite bedroom and its own private entrance as well as access from inside the main house. Additional highlights include an elevator, three-car garage, and an adjacent workshop with storage area.

You May Also Like