The Spencer Woodbridge house is one of Savannah’s four oldest and finest residence and has been completely renovated to offer turn-key Historic District living. Privately situated on one of the rare original Oglethorpe plan Trust lots, this home was built in 1790 with the brick addition in the early 1800s. The current owner has created an urban oasis full of natural light and luxury appointments. Four floors of modern coastal décor include a highly unusual dry basement, a brand-new kitchen with Wolf stove, Subzero refrigerator and Asko dishwasher, spacious formal living room and dining room, a light-filled owner’s suite and two additional bedrooms. The redone bathrooms and powder room have Waterworks fixtures and Carrera marble countertops. A stately brick-walled rear and side courtyard offers a secluded retreat with a gracious fountain and shading, mature landscape. Rarely does such a beautiful curated historic home become available with 2 sought-after off-street parking.