E. Henry St. Duplex, Savannah, GA

    This 1919 duplex beauty was in need of a little help when we found her. Years of neglect had taken their toll on almost every surface of the building, inside and out. Thankfully, with more than just a little elbow grease and a new coat of haint blue on the porch ceilings, she […]

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E. 38th St., Savannah, GA

This beautiful new construction home in the Live Oak neighborhood was built on what was once a tree-filled plot of land. Due to the long and skinny lot size, we decided to build something that was inspired by the old shotgun houses of the South. Though it looks small, this house boasts over 1600 square […]

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E. Bolton St., Savannah, GA #2

     This 1910 Foursquare had a rough start but with the help of some good bones, ended up more beautiful than we could have imagined. This home had some fireplaces that had been covered up, so we quickly ripped down the drywall to expose the beautiful old brick hiding underneath. We pretty much replaced everything […]

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E. 33rd St., Savannah, GA

    This adorable 1920s house in the Thomas Square neighborhood was crying out for help when we found it. Previous owners had boxed in the original second floor porch to add another bedroom to the layout, leaving the flooring in the top half of the house with a 3″ drop. Left empty for a […]

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