This stately Tuscan style home is perfectly positioned on the point at Modena Island Plantation in Savannah, Georgia.
The four-bedroom deepwater residence is uniquely positioned with unparalleled views of the Intracoastal Waterway where the Wilmington and Skidaway Rivers merge.
The home is ovingly crafted with reclaimed heart of pine wood floors and accent ceilings to create a warm and welcoming retreat. A deft use of antique handhewn beams, repurposed antique pocket doors, and imported French hardware makes this home stand out above the rest.
Light streams in from the many floor to ceiling windows while capturing the magnificent water views from nearly every room. A hand-made brick hearth fireplace adds warmth and interest.
The deep-water dock with hoist was carefully located to the outer most side of the property to not obstruct views from the house.
This distinguished property is listed for $2.825 million with Cora Bett Thomas Realty & Associates and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.
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