Friday to Monday—Savannah Street Tour

 

historic savannah

Imagine living in this historic beauty.

 

Weekend—what a wonderful word!

On one glorious weekend we found ourselves in Savannah for the most stunningly elegant wedding and decided to take a little street tour in our ‘spare’ time.

What can you do in Savannah for an hour—house hunting was the answer. Mr. P was the navigator, since he grew up in Savannah—and he headed to the historic district. The weather was perfect and the gardens were still lush and green.

This weekend why not take a little road trip to Savannah and enjoy the beauty of the historic district by car or on foot. Be sure to stop by Clary’s for a little snack or a full breakfast.

Historic Savannah

I love the intricate iron rails.

 

Historic Savannah

The gardens were all lush and green.

 

Historic Savannah

A closer look is better.

 

Historic Savannah

Great blue doors against this red brick.

 

Historic Savannah

Another secret garden to draw you in.

 

historic Savannah

I feel like Alice now.

 

Historic Savannah

The lower level windows and openings really make a statement—Double Ovals.

 

historic Savannah

Love the single round opening and the pierced wall.

 

historic Savannah

Love these double round openings covered by ivy—hate all of the cars in the way.

 

Historic Savannah

Wow, what a statement!

 

Historic Savannah

I can’t resist a closer look—love the creeping fig wall.

 

Historic Savannah

The arching palms almost form a heart.

 

Historic Savannah

I love the windows and iron work on this charming home.

 

Historic Savannah

I think this one is so beautiful…maybe needs window boxes upstairs.

 

historic Savannah

The side stairs and beautiful rails welcome you inside.

 

Historic Savannah Charleston

How about this little side entry—feels like Charleston.

 

Historic Savannah

Here is one just waiting for a new owner!

 

Clary's Savannah

And be sure to include a stop by Clary’s.

 

xo♥, Lissy
All photos by Lissy Parker for lissyparker.com. You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit and link the source.

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    Bonnie Broten

    December 15, 2017

    Hi Lissy….Check your email. I need some info. Thanks, B

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