Even if you love midcentury style or sleek contemporary homes, Victorian architecture is captivating. Take this five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home in Savannah, Georgia. Built in 1897 in the Queen Anne style, the 4,848-square-foot structure has been lovingly restored to maintain its period-appropriate integrity.
At first glance, the home impresses with its elegant veranda and twin copper-roofed belvederes framed by wisteria. An elaborate foyer welcomes you into the home with tall ceilings, stained glass windows, and plenty of light. Multiple original fireplaces make for a cozy spot in winter, while the Morrish fretwork is downright Instagrammable.
Hardwood floors have been restored throughout, and we also love the oak trim and period-appropriate light fixtures. The main floor features a parlor, dining room, and den, while the second and third floors have bedrooms and ample storage. Outside, a patio overlooks a swimming pool and walled courtyard with finished garage.
Ready to make this pretty Victorian home? 701 Whitaker Street is on the market now for $2,225,000.