About This 1910 Walker Mansion In Savannah Georgia
With its elegant Italian Renaissance architecture & ideal location on a prime corner lot overlooking Forsyth Park, the Walker Mansion stands apart as one of the finest homes ever offered in Savannah. This majestic c.1906-1910 home boasts an exquisitely restored main residence plus wrap-around verandas, carved mahogany trim & elevator with access to all floors. Built for Savannah Cotton Exchange president Capt. George P. Walker, this turnkey home was later purchased by Central Georgia Railway president A.E. Clift.
The main residence offers sweeping views of Forsyth Park & bespoke interiors with fine architectural details, including a triple-tier mahogany staircase, soaring 12-foot ceilings & inlaid heart pine floors. Gorgeous chef’s kitchen, dining room, living room, home office & library on main level. Three bedrooms on 2nd level; 3rd floor with 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, bath & living area plus 1 BR/1 BA carriage house. Garage parking for 2 vehicles & gated parking for 1 vehicle.