Historic Vacation Rentals In The Area
Historic Savannah Georgia and Tybee Island
The storied coastline of historic Savannah, Georgia, and Tybee Island is home to a rich past. With one of the largest historic districts in the country, this history can be found in many locations and homes throughout the area. Therefore, the coastal charm of quaint cottages and weathered bricks of antique quarters offers guests a real peak into the past. Your trip should be one-for-the-record books, so choose a historic home to make your vacation dreams come true.
Located near Battery Brumby at historic Fort Screven, this home was once the leisure facility for the Army installation before it was disbanded in 1946. Afterward, the property was thoroughly refurbished and used as a private residence. It’s lively and friendly, with a brand new deep pool with a sundeck and an outdoor patio to share with company.
This cottage originally belonged to John G. Butler, the first mayor of Tybee Island! He was a lumberman and merchant who traveled from Nova Scotia in 1860 and was instrumental in Tybee’s early development. The main road on Tybee, Butler Avenue, is named in his honor. The cottage is even on the National Register of Historic Places!
Located in the Paul Hamilton Williams House, these 2 and 3-bedroom apartments were originally built in 1791. With beautiful, now decorative fireplaces and antique brick walls, this home is full of charm and ambiance. You’ll enjoy being in the heart of downtown Savannah as the home is at the corner of Habersham and Bay Street.
This Savannah home was originally built in 1860 and used as a home for workers at the nearby Roundhouse for the Georgia Railroad. Stroll right around the corner to enjoy access to great attractions. You can still see the smokestack rising over the area from the back porch, or take a dip in your own private pool!
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