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July 1, 2017

   Noted as one of the most important and architecturally significant houses of Savannah, this majestic home was designed by the English architect William Jay and built by Richard Richardson on Oglethorpe Square (1816-1819).

 Originally called The Richardson House, after her builder, the home was purchased in 1830 by local politician and attorney, George Owens. The home stayed in the family for decades, until granddau...

March 24, 2017

     Residing proudly on Monterey Square, the Mercer-Williams house exudes its beauty for all to admire. More recently made famous by the movie and book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, the house began as a stately home built for General Hugh W. Mercer (great-grandfather to Savannah's Son, songwriter Johnny Mercer). With the outbreak of the Civil War (or just "The War" as it is known here), and the house not complete,...

March 15, 2017

They offer Dinner, Lunch/Brunc,h Sunset, Moonlight, and Harbor Cruises.


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