Houses & Antebellum Mansions in Savannah, GA
Located on the same square as Hamilton-Turner Inn, John Norris designed this family home for wealthy cotton merchant Andrew Low. At 329 Abercorn St. in Lafayette Square. Docent tours every 30 minutes.
John Norris designed this home for British cotton merchant Charles Green. At 1 W. Macon St. in Madison Square.
This home was built in the 1820s for Isaiah Davenport’s family. At 324 E. State St. in Columbia Square.
The architect of this house, constructed for Mayor James Moore Wayne, is unknown. It was later purchased by the Gordon family in 1831. At 10 E. Oglethorpe Ave. Tours are offered every 15 minutes.
Architect John Norris designed this home for Gen. Hugh W. Mercer in 1871. At 429 Bull St. Tours are available at what is now called the Mercer-Williams House Museum, made famous by the shooting death of Jim Williams’ assistant, Danny Hansford. The story is retold in the 1994 John Berendt novel “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
William Jay designed the home, built 1817 to 1819. At 124 Abercorn St. in Oglethorpe Square
This property, built in 1856, is the childhood home of author Flannery O’Conner. At 207 E. Charlton St.