Historic Sav Mayor's Carriage Home: Brunch Central


Entire residential home hosted by Jenny

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the house to yourself.
Enhanced Clean
This Host committed to Airbnb's 5-step enhanced cleaning process.
Self check-in
Check yourself in with the lockbox.
Great location
90% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.

Super Cute 1BR/1BA Carriage House with Small Balcony! Access from the lane and straight up a set of stairs to reach the living quarters. Lots of natural light throughout! Kitchenette includes a mini fridge and microwave. Huge & Comfy King Size Bed in the Bedroom. TV with Wifi to connect to Netflix and YouTube! Bathroom has an antique clawfoot tub w/shower fixture inside the tub!

The space
Stunning 1Br/1Ba Spacious with a huge and comfortable King Sized Bedroom! Floor to ceiling window leads out to the private balcony with bistro table and chairs which overlooks Habersham Street & Troup Square, perfect for people watching! Truly Private & Better than a hotel room!!! Separate Living Room with Large flat screen that can stream Netflix, Googlecast your favorite YouTube videos and antennae for local channels like the news. We also provide a mini fridge and a microwave to reheat leftovers. You won't be doing cooking here (seriously dont plan on it we dont have a full kitchen) because you're located in the middle of tons of great restaurants!!

Property will be cleaned after 7 days with extra cleaning fee added if stay is longer than 7 days.

This property has recently been updated and it truly is unique find for your stay downtown! The bathroom is a tight squeeze with a clawfoot tub & shower combo (not suitable for those with mobility issues since you have to step into the tub).

A new restaurant right beside us has just opened, the Fox & Fig which is a Vegan Coffee Shop & Restaurant! Really great food, pastries and desserts too!!!

Are you a Movie Buff or obsessed with Savannahs hit book and film, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil?! This non-fiction work by John Berendt was published in 1994 and I HOFHLY suggest you read it or watch the movie before visiting. Our carriage house was used during the filming of the movie.

Fun history for you history buffs!!! This carriage house was built as part of the main residence that was built in 1869 for John J. McDonough. He was elected to a two-year term as Alderman on the City Council in 1889. He was elected Mayor of Savannah in 1891 over incumbent John Schwarz and won re-election in 1893. Lots of cool history!

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Where you'll sleep

1 king bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Hair dryer
Security cameras on property
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Savannah, Georgia, United States

One of the smaller squares, Troup Square was laid out in 1851, and named for George Michael Troup, congressman, senator and Governor of Georgia from (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Only Troup and Washington squares were named for men still alive at the time they were laid out. This square features a charming bronze 1870s era Victorian armillary mounted on six bronze turtles. For those unfamiliar with the term, an armillary is an astronomical model used to display relationships between celestial circles. Troop square is commonly referred to as “Dog Bone Square” because of the unique cast iron pet water fountain.

The Unitarian Universalist Church built in 1851 sits on the west side of Troup Square at 321 Habersham. Reverend John Pierpont Jr. was the minister of the church, and his brother James was the organist and choir director. Legend says that James Pierpont wrote the song we know as “Jingle Bells” during the time that he served at this church. The Unitarian church was forced to close prior to the Civil War because of their abolitionist beliefs. However, the Unitarians reclaimed the church in 1997.

Development around the square was interrupted by the Civil War. As a result many of the rowhouses in the area were built after 1870.

John McDonough built the handsome row of stucco houses at 410-424 East Charlton Street in the Italianate style. Notice the segmental arches and fanciful bay windows.

The paired sidehall homes at 313-315 East Charlton, built in 1852, feature tall dormers and steep gable ends.

The brick row at 405-411 East Charlton, known as Cohen Row, was built in 1882 in the Italianate style, and features raised basements and lowered, segmental arched openings throughout.

Hosted by Jenny

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Love our beach, the historic district and being a host! I also volunteer with the Tybee Beach Clean Up Volunteers to help keep our beaches clean. I love riding my bike around the island and downtown, checking out local shops and taking my dogs for a walk! Seeing the sunrise and the sunset over the water is always amazing! Style of hosting is laid back! Style of traveling is laid back! I like to get to know the local area like a local. Five things I cannot live without: My dog, the beach, fun experiences, doubleshot espresso from starbucks and Tybee!
Love our beach, the historic district and being a host! I also volunteer with the Tybee Beach Clean Up Volunteers to help keep our beaches clean. I love riding my bike around the i…


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During your stay

Hands-off. You will receive a door code prior to checking in. If you have questions prior to arriving, just let me know however it is very likely you will not meet me as that is the way I prefer to travel anyway! :D

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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No carbon monoxide alarm
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Smoke alarm

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