About This 1890 Dickinson-Exley House In Savannah Georgia
Exquisite David Bloomquist restoration of The Dickinson-Exley house at 14 West Duffy Street, built in 1890 by the Home Building Company. Three floors of roomy interiors, a beautifully conceived and executed new addition, and large one car garage and workshop.
The kitchen and island you have always dreamed about. Master suite extraordinaire! Four fireplaces with original slate mantels, one with a Moorish mirrored over-mantle. Pocket doors and pocket windows, three original ceiling medallions, original Queen Anne glass and salvaged stained glass on third floor, Bradbury and Bradbury wallpapers and border papers, copper pressed ceilings in the dining room and kitchen, original heart pine flooring, and much more!
Please ask your Realtor for the complete list of property information attached to this listing. The house and its twin next door have Eastlake friezes under the eaves and Queen Anne porches. They have unique cross-gabled roofs and splayed two story bay windows facing true south. The house has nine set-back Eastlake-decorated gables. Its conical roof rises 45′ from the ground.
The location, in the heart of Savannah’s famed Victorian District, cannot be beat with all the amenities of this coveted neighborhood one block to Forsyth Park. For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text “1973” to 79564.