Savannah Victorian District is a 50-block, 165-acre neighborhood
located just south of the Savannah Historic District. Mainly wood frame
homes are featured here. Most were built between 1870 and 1910 and are
considered to be some of the finest post-Civil War architecture in the
south. These homes were built in the Victorian and Queen Anne Victorian
The Savannah Victorian District is considered to be
Savannahís first suburb. It runs from Victory Drive north to the river.
The streets here are lined with moss-draped, towering oak trees. A visit
to the Victorian district is like a stroll back in time.
The Savannah Victorian district is on the Register of
Historic Places and is home to many charming B&Bís and restaurants.
Homes in this area include everything from regal brick
mansions to small craftsmen style cottages. Many are laden with
gingerbread style trim and back up to flowery courtyards. Looking for a
restoration project? Many two-and three-story frame houses in need of
repair are in the Savannah Victorian District. Call one of our
Savannah Realtors for more information at 888-202-MOVE, Ext 1.