Intriguing Circa 1855 townhouse in a premier location of Savannah’s Historic Landmark District facing Calhoun Square. Built for Mary E. Demere by Master Builder George H. Ash, this freestanding 3-story property includes a main house, garden level apartment and two-story carriage house. Step inside this antebellum home with noble proportions and materials that offers plenty of opportunity for the home of your dreams. Highlights include unusual rich details such as the cast Iron Newel Post in front with a copper dome, wrought iron balusters and handrails and solid Marble steps, plus a pair of rare east-facing bay windows added in 1894. The two- story carriage house and garden level apartment each possess an STVR certificate as well as their own street addresses and the carriage house includes a commercial space in a thriving area. Rarely does an offering with such versatile opportunity present itself. Sits right on the highly celebrated annual Saint Patrick’s Day parade route!